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"Kiln People" is a 2002 science fiction novel by David Brin. It was published in the UK under the title Kil'n People. It has the distinction of finishing second in four different awards for best SF/fantasy novel of 2002 – the Hugo, the Locus, the John W. Campbell Award, and the Arthur C. Clarke Award – each time finishing behind a different book.
- also known as "Kil'n People", Kil'n People
- language: English Language
- genres: Science Fiction, Fiction, Speculative fiction
- subject: Cloning
- copyright: 2002
- released in (14 years ago)
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by Brian M. Stableford
Kiln People ( 2002, aka Kil'n People) depicts a near-future society in which people can ...
Kiln People(2002) has a remarkable premise andis much more tightly writtenthan most ofBrin's previous efforts. The hypothesis of the storyis that technologyhas made it possible tocreate exact duplicatesof people, complete with afull setof ...
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