The Making War

The Making War

by Brenda Cooper


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When humans can create new species, what rights do they have over the beings they create?

The Making War is the long-awaited final book in the award-winning series that began with The Silver Ship and the Sea.

Six genetically engineered children fought to survive in a small town where everyone hated what they were, on a difficult planet full of out-sized predators with long teeth and sharp claws. Because they were stronger than the colonists, they found a way to live, and eventually a way to leave.

Alicia wants nothing more than to fly.

But if she survives the dangerous transformation that will give her wings, she will become a slave.

In the meantime, her ex-lover Joseph plans to fight for her freedom in a battle between two opposing planets. Powerful fleets are about to meet in the empty dark of space, and he wants neither to win. For help, he has his family, including his pacifist sister and his border collie.

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ISBN-13: 9781680571103
Publisher: Wordfire Press
Publication date: 10/07/2020
Series: Fremont's Children , #4
Pages: 454
Sales rank: 858,858
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.01(d)

About the Author

Brenda Cooper is the author of nine science fiction and fantasy books. She blogs frequently on environmental and futurist topics, and her non-fiction has appeared in Slate and Crosscut.
She is the winner of the 2007 and 2016 Endeavor Awards for "a distinguished science fiction or fantasy book written by a Pacific Northwest author or authors." Her work has also been nominated for the Phillip K. Dick and Canopus awards.
A technology professional, Brenda is the Chief Information Officer for the City of Kirkland, which is a Seattle suburb.
Brenda was educated at California State University, Fullerton, where she earned a BA in Management Information Systems. She is also pursuing an MFA at StoneCoast, a program of the University of Southern Maine.
Brenda lives in Woodinville, Washington with her family and three dogs.

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