Matt Cairns is a 21st-century outlaw Programmer who takes on the shady jobs no one else will touch. Against his better judgment, he accepts an assignment to crack the Marshall Titov, a top-secret orbital station operated by the European Space Agency. But what Matt will discover there will propel him on an extraordinary and quite unexpected journey.Gregor Cairns is an exobiology student and descendant of one of Terra Nova's first families. Hopelessly infatuated with a lovely young trader's daughter, he is unaware that his research partner, Elizabeth, has fallen in love with him. Together, Gregor and Elizabeth confront the great work his family began three centuries earlier-to rediscover the secret of interstellar travel.Ranging from a gritty near-future Earth to a distant alien world, Cosmonaut Keep is contemporary science fiction at its highest level, a visionary epic filled with daring individuals seeking a place for themselves in a vast, complex, and enigmatic universe. Cosmonaut Keep is a 2002 Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel.
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|Full title||cosmonaut keep|
|Last Update||2018-05-05 01:45:24AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-06-24 04:16:57AM|
|author||MacLeod, Ken, 1954-|
|available_at_garfield||GCP New Castle Branch|
|detailed_location_garfield||GCP NewCas Fiction|
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|local_callnumber_garfield||FIC MAC COS|
|owning_library_garfield||Garfield County Library|
|owning_location_garfield||GCP New Castle Branch|
|record_details||ils:.b26511538|Book|Books|1st mass market ed.|English|Tor,|2002.|336 pages ; 18 cm.|
|series||Engines of light|
|series_with_volume||Engines of light|1|
|subject_facet||Computer programmers -- Fiction, Fiction, Human-alien encounters -- Fiction, Life on other planets -- Fiction, Science fiction|
|title_full||Cosmonaut keep / Ken MacLeod|
|topic_facet||Computer programmers, Human-alien encounters, Life on other planets|