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The Burning Skies by

The Burning Skies by David J. Williams

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2009 - action - cyberpunk - David J. Williams - espionage - military science fiction - multiple points of view - novel - O'Neill habitat - present tense - science fiction - series - Spectra - Stephan Martiniere - telepathy - terrorism - The Autumn Rain Trilogy -

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