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The Tranquility Wars. 2000 The Tranquility Wars
by Gentry Lee
1st Edition 2000.
Bantam Spectra.
New York.
ISBN 0553090089.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by Gregory Bridges.
482 pages.
Price: $23.95.

Notes
The Tranquility Wars, a novel by Gentry Lee.

Makes several references to the Rama universe, so included here for the sake of completeness.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the first printing of the 2001 Bantam Books paperback edition, ISBN 0553573381. Cover illustration by Gregory Bridges.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
A young student, a dangerous love affair, and an explosive conflict to establish control over humanity.

For young Hunter Blake, the future is bright. He has been awarded the exclusive Covington Fellowship, which brings fame, a generous stipend, and two years of privileged study on Mars. He has also been reunited with his lifelong love, Tehani Wilawa. But as tensions mount between rival government factions, bands of renegade space pirates begin raiding, looting, kidnapping, and building their ranks from the disaffected of both space powers.

When Hunter and Tehani are kidnapped by a pirate band, they find themselves questioning "truths" they've accepted all their lives. Are the space pirates really the avatars of a new freedom - or simply criminals? To answer, they must learn the razor-thin difference between freedom and anarchy, obedience and slavery, pleasure and indulgence. And for Hunter Blake, his greatest crisis is no longer a matter of success or failure, but of life or death.

 
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