Polar City Nightmare

Katharine Kerr Kate Daniel

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Polar City Nightmare

Polar City Nightmare A science fiction mystery with a political twist The investigation of blackmail and murder on two planets uncovers an interstellar plot that jeopardizes the political balance between the human dominat

  • Title: Polar City Nightmare
  • Author: Katharine Kerr Kate Daniel
  • ISBN: 9781857987836
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A science fiction mystery with a political twist The investigation of blackmail and murder on two planets uncovers an interstellar plot that jeopardizes the political balance between the human dominated Republic and the two major alien dominated governments Set both in Polar City on Hagar and on the capital planet of Sarah POLAR CITY NIGHTMARE explores the universe of k A science fiction mystery with a political twist The investigation of blackmail and murder on two planets uncovers an interstellar plot that jeopardizes the political balance between the human dominated Republic and the two major alien dominated governments Set both in Polar City on Hagar and on the capital planet of Sarah POLAR CITY NIGHTMARE explores the universe of katharine Kerr s previous bestseller, POLAR CITY BLUES, digs into its history, and takes a closer look at the interstellar confederation, one of its major cultures It develops themes first sounded in the original book machine intelligence, prejudice, and human relationships, along with a look at what is truly alien It is a major work of SF imagination.

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    1. Simon Mcleish on said:

      Originally published on my blog here in March 2001.Unlike Palace, Katharine Kerr's previous collaboration, Polar City Nightmare follows on from her earlier solo novel Polar City Blues. Instead of an entirely new scenario, the background and characters are already in existence. This made it harder to believe the claim at the begging (also made in Palace) that this is an "old-fashioned collaboration" in which both partners play a major part, as opposed to the well known author merely lending her n [...]

    2. Sylvia Kelso on said:

      Actually re-reading this, first read in ms yea-these-many years ago. Like Pat Cadigan’s *Synners*, it’s worn surprisingly well. I liked it then because it used present tense, and I had two unpublished novels that insisted on using present, one of which has since been my best success. Like its forerunner *Polar City Blues*, *Nightmare* affirmed that yeah, you cd. ignore the naysayers, use present tense and still get published, even be an established author, and not a wild-eyed marginalist. I [...]

    3. Andreas on said:

      Polar City Blues is a very competent crime thriller, and the alien angle in it works very well. The second book is not of the same caliber, but well worth reading if you like the first bookokssboch/?p=882

    4. Roberto on said:

      This is a strange book. It takes place in another planet, but it's about baseball and race politics.Really, it felt like it could have been about the Detroit Tigers in the 70s instead of the Polar City Bears in year whatever in planet whatsitname.

    5. Dan on said:

      A verry good followup to Polar City Blues. The same caracters, a new story on the same theme.

    6. Kate on said:

      A fun read which would have been more fun if I was a baseball fan!

    7. Lindsay on said:

      I'm not a huge baseball or mystery fan, and while this was a decent read, it didn't have me enthralled.

    8. Pete Aldin on said:

      Took a bit of getting used to in terms of style. Ultimately a satisfying read.

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