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Excession (Culture) By Iain M. Banks

Excession (Culture)
by Iain M. Banks

Two and a half millennia ago, the Excession, a perfect black sphere, appeared in a remote corner of space. It did nothing, then disappeared. Now it is back, and someone who saw it the first time has information on its staggering potential, but she is living out her death in the Sleeper Service.
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The fifth Culture book from the awesome imagination of Iain M. Banks, a modern master of science fiction. Two and a half millennia ago, the artifact appeared in a remote corner of space, beside a trillion-year-old dying sun from a different universe. It was a perfect black-body sphere, and it did nothing. Then it disappeared. Now it is back. Praise for the Culture series: 'Epic in scope, ambitious in its ideas and absorbing in its execution' Independent on Sunday 'Banks has created one of the most enduring and endearing visions of the future' Guardian 'Jam-packed with extraordinary invention' Scotsman 'Compulsive reading' Sunday Telegraph The Culture series: Consider Phlebas The Player of Games Use of Weapons The State of the Art Excession Inversions Look to Windward Matter Surface Detail The Hydrogen Sonata Other books by Iain M. Banks: Against a Dark Background Feersum Endjinn The Algebraist

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Additional information

Sku
GOR000118594
Title
Excession (Culture)
Author
Condition
Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Little, Brown Book Group
Year published
Number of pages
464
ISBN 10
185723457X
ISBN 13
9781857234572
Prizes
Winner of British Science Fiction Association Award 1996
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.