by Robert Boyczuk
Publisher: ManyBooks 2004
Number of pages: 432
After returning from a thirty-year trade mission, the crew of the Ea wake from cryonic suspension to find that their home world, Bh'Haret, is dead. 'Screamer' satellites have been strung around their planet warning of a plague. A scan of the surface of Bh'Haret reveals no trace of human life -- only crumbling cities.
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