The Harvest Mass Market Paperback – Apr 1 1994
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From Library Journal
The first aliens to contact Earth, mysterious beings called the Travellers, bring the gift of immortality to those humans who choose to accept it--and the price it exacts. While most people leap at the chance to live forever, even at the cost of their humanity, a few hold on to their mortality and find themselves the inheritors of a strangely transformed future. This latest novel by the author of A Bridge of Years (LJ 8/91) combines expert storytelling with a thoughtful exploration of the bond between mortality and the human condition. A good choice for most libraries.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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All wrapped up in a pretty realistic story, the ending was a little dissapointing maybe because some of the questions don't have answers but just pose more questions.
A Great Read - enjoy.
TOWN DOCTOR WHO SAYS NO BUT HIS DAUGHTER SAYS YES.THE NOVEL RAISES THE QUESTION ABOUT WHAT IT TAKES TO BE HUMAN AND WHAT WOULD IT TAKE FOR YOU
TO GIVE UP YOUR HUMANITY.
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