The long-awaited sequel to the Hugo award-winning novels Cyteen and Downbelow Station.
The direct sequel to Cyteen, Regenesis continues the story of Ariane Emory, Personal Replicate, the genetic clone of one of the greatest scientists humanity has ever produced, and of her search for the murderer of her progenitor-the original Ariane Emory. Murder, politics, deception, and genetic and psychological manipulation combine against a backdrop of interstellar human factions at odds to confront questions that have remained unanswered for two decades...
Who killed the original Ariane Emory?
And can her Personal Replicate avoid the same fate?
About the Author
C. J. Cherryh planned to write since the age of ten. When she was older, she learned to use a typewriter while triple-majoring in Classics, Latin, and Greek. With more than seventy books to her credit, and the winner of three Hugo Awards, she is one of the most prolific and highly respected authors in the science fiction field. Cherryh was recently named a Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America. She lives in Washington state. She can be found at cherryh.com.
Praise for Regenesis:
"Complex and rich, with beautifully rounded characters, this novel can stand alone, but will delight fans of Cyteen with extra layers of meaning that resonate between old and new." —Publishers Weekly (starred Review)
"In Alliance-Union, there is lots of room between moral absolutes, and in this big book, lots of space for absorbing characters; for adventure, intrigue, and violence; and for plausible extrapolations of current technologies and institutions." —Booklist
“Cherryh’s storytelling talent remains unmatched for its clearness of execution and its exceptional readability. Highly recommended.” —Library Journal
“Cherryh’s latest remains true to her original dystopian vision.” —Romantic Times
“It has been twenty long years since Cyteen was first released and happily, the continuation Regenesis was worth the wait. A fine piece of work that displays Cherryh’s mastery of the storyteller’s art.” —Monsters & Critics