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North Wind by Gwyneth Jones


1994 - Arthur C. Clarke Nominee - BSFA nominee - Gollancz - Gwyneth Jones - novel - science fiction - space opera - The Aleutian Trilogy - Tiptree Nominee - Tor -


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