|Author: C. J. Cherryh|
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|The direct sequel to the Hugo Award-winning novel "Cyteen, Regenesis" continues the story of Ariane Emory, Personal Replicant, the genetic clone of one of the greatest scientists humanity has ever produced, and her search for the murderer of her progenitor--the original Ariane Emory.|
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The long-awaited sequel to the Hugo award-winning novels Cyteen and Downbelow Station. || The direct sequel to Cyteen, Regenesis continues the story of Ariane Emory, Personal Replicate, the genetic clone of one of the greatest scientists humanity has ever produced, and of her search for the murderer of her progenitor-the original Ariane Emory. Murder, politics, deception, and genetic and psychological manipulation combine against a backdrop of interstellar human factions at odds to confront questions that have remained unanswered for two decades... || Who killed the original Ariane Emory? || And can her Personal Replicate avoid the same fate?Ariane Emory PR, the genetic clone of scientist Ariane Emory, investigates the murder of her progenitor, searching for a killer in a turbulent interstellar society while struggling to avoid the same fate as the original Ariane.
After graduating from the University of Oklahoma-Norman in 1964 with a B. A. in Latin and from Johns Hopkins University in 1966 with an M. A. in classics, Carolyn Janice Cherry taught Latin and ancient history in the Oklahoma public school system for 11 years, until 1976. She began writing while still a teacher, her first story was published in 1968. Soon afterwards, at the suggestion of publisher Donald Wollheim, founder of D.A.W. books, she adopted the name C. J. Cherryh. She has since written more than 50 short stories as well as more than 50 novels, both as stand-alones and as parts of over 10 different series. She has won three Hugo Awards--one for her story "Cassandra", in 1979, and one each for the novels DOWNBELOW STATION, in 1982, and CYTEEN, in 1988--and been nominated more than 40 (!) times in the influential Locus Poll, which is based on ballots submitted by Locus magazine's readers, who are comprised of professional writers, fans, and industry personnel.
"Complex and rich, with beautifully rounded characters, this novel can stand alone, but will delight fans of CYTEEN with extra layers of meaning that resonate between old and new." (Starred review.) 11/17/2008