Mayflower II, by Baxter, Stephen

I have never been a big fan of Stephen Baxter, but I cant think of any reason to dislike him either. Thus, I was pleasantly surprised when I read his 2004 novella, Mayflower II. For those of you familiar with Baxter's work, you will recognize elements of his Xeelee sequence, particularly references to Michael Poole from, I am told, Transcendent. Based on the strength of this novella, I am certain I will seek out and purchase more Baxter works.

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