What do you want?" he had answered then.
Chapter One. Chapter Two. Chapter Three. What do you want?" he had answered then. Wore me ou. And Jillan walked up just then, so there was no more argument. We'll have a ship," Rafe had sworn to Jillan once, when they were nine and eight, and their mother and their uncle died, last of old freighter Lindy's crew, both at once, in Fargone's belt. Getting to deep space again had been their dream; it was all the legacy they left, except a pair of silver crew-pins and a Name without a ship
Music poured from Lindys corn-system ax, from what they had delivered.
They were bathed, shaved and fresh-scented from a docking and sleepover on Ajax. Even Lindy herself had a mint-new antiseptic tang to her air from the purging she had gotten during the hours of her stay.
American writer C. J. Cherryh's career began with publication of her first books in 1976, Gate of Ivrel and Brothers of Earth. She has been a prolific science fiction and fantasy author since then, publishing over 80 novels, short-story compilations, with continuing production as her blog attests. Ms. Cherryh has received the Hugo and Locus Awards for some of her novels.
Voyager in Night book. Voyager In Night by . Cherryh follows three human space miners trapped in a vast, mysterious alien ship, and has almost everything that makes good science fiction great. Yet it was a little difficult for me to get into due to the alien naming convention - characters named "<. " et. awkward for me to read and keep straight, and also the multiple instances of human characters' simulacra (avatars, androids) with the same names, sometime referred to as Rafe Voyager In Night.
by. Cherryh, C. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Cherryh, C. Voyager in Night, DAW Books, 1984. Wave Without a Shore, DAW Books, 1981. Encyclopedia Article. Foreigner universe, C. Cherryh, Science fiction, The Chanur novels, The Fortress Series.
Alternate Realities (Cherryh). Redirected from Voyager in Night). Alternate Realities is a 2000 omnibus collection of three short science fiction novels by American writer author C. Cherryh: Wave Without a Shore (1981), Port Eternity (1982), and Voyager in Night (1984).