|Cyteen: The Vindication|
Grand Central Publishing (1989), Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
|This is the final book in the Cyteen trilogy (proceeded by Cyteen: The Betrayal and Cyteen: The Rebirth). This book is good in that it avoids much of the politics that mired the first book. Additionally, its nice to see Ari2 and Justin resolve some of their differences, even if its from a position of mutual distrust. The series doesn't really resolve the problem of Ari's research, but I assume that theme is covered more in later books.
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Related posts: Cyteen: The Betrayal; Cyteen: The Rebirth; Ender's Game; Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern; Old Man's War ; Saturn's Children
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