In the Company of Others

In the Company of Others

Book - 2001
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Penguin Putnam
When the terraforming crews introduced the alien Quill to worlds where they did not belong, they saw them only as a mindless form of fungal life. But the Quill multiplied and mutated until they were no longer harmless. In the ensuing chaos, many stations failed. For the survivors, their only hope rests in finding a way to wipe out the Quill…


Random House, Inc.
When the terraforming crews introduced the alien Quill to worlds where they did not belong, they saw them only as a mindless form of fungal life. But the Quill multiplied and mutated until they were no longer harmless. In the ensuing chaos, many stations failed. For the survivors, their only hope rests in finding a way to wipe out the Quill…

Baker & Taylor
A supposedly harmless form of alien fungal life that possesses a tranquilizing effect on the human nervous system, the Quill begins to mutate, taking on a dangerous new form that threatens to annihilate the terraformed planets and their human colonists. Original.

Publisher: New York :, DAW Books,, 2001
ISBN: 9780886779993
0886779995
Characteristics: 565 pages ; 18 cm

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Jul 17, 2014

For a first novel, the world building is incredibly good and the characterization and dialogue is intriguing.

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