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Dark Eden is a shining example of intimate sci-fi


I've got a problem. Whenever I read a non-sci-fi book, I get this niggling itch to return to my favourite genre. I crave the possibilities sci-fi thrusts in front of me, the thought experiments that it's uniquely positioned to explore. Experiments like "what would happen if two humans got stranded on an alien planet with no sun?".

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