A Bantam Spectra Book /November 2000. SPECTRA and the portrayal of a boxed "s" are trademarks of Bantam Books, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. For information address: Bantam Books . Earth and her creatures. All change, And we, part of creation, Also must suffer change.
Tropic of Creation book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Kay Kenyon (Goodreads Author).
Kay Kenyon is the author of fifteen science fiction and fantasy novels. Her work has been shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick, the John W. Campbell Memorial, and the American Library Association Reading List awards. You can find her short stories in numerous anthologies, at online retailers as singles and, coming soon, a collection
Kenyon Kay. Categories: Fiction. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. The Voyage of Promise.
Ebooks list page : 17261. 2012-02-07A World Too Near - Kay Kenyon.
The Complete Kay Kenyon Book List.
Categories: News February 10th, 2015 Tags: alien contact, coming of age, space opera, Tropic of Creation, worldbuilding. A coming of age story, and a world like you’ve never seen before, one that undergoes a metamorphosis. The planet Null is not what it seems. On a brief stop over, Captain Eli Dammand will find his routine mission taking a disastrous turn.
Kay Kenyon - Tropic of Creation. Kenyon Kay. Download (PDF).
Bantam Spectra, 528 pages. Kay Kenyon Kay Kenyon was raised in Duluth, Minnesota. She began working as a radio/TV copywriter for a local television station where she also did a weather show. Now, with several partners, she runs a transportation consulting firm, Mirai Associates. She and her husband recently moved to Wenatchee, Washington. Although Kenyon ties up all the plot threads in Tropic of Creation, I felt unsatisfied when I finished the book. The uneasy mix of thoughtful, original material with clichéd plot elements and characters robs Kenyon's novel of much of its potential. Still, I'll be watching for future titles. Kenyon clearly has the talent to write a real blockbuster, and I've got my fingers crossed.