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Hybrids (Neanderthal Parallax)

3 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Robert J. Sawyer

Canadian writer Sawyer brings his Neanderthal Parallax trilogy to a close, leaving some loose ends that beg for a follow-up further exploring the interaction of two parallel worlds: the overcrowded and polluted one we're used to and another inhabited … see full wiki

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Author: Robert J. Sawyer
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Tor Books
2 reviews about Hybrids (Neanderthal Parallax)
review by . August 02, 2004
Not quite as good as the first two books in the series. And you definately need to have read the first two books first to enjoy it. It was pretty good just the same, much better than most sci-fi books on the market.      Mary and Ponter decide to have a baby, the only problem is their chromesome counts do not match making it virtually impossible through conventional methods. They then find out about a banned device in Ponter's world that may make having a baby possible. Unfortunately, …
review by . September 20, 2003
HYBRIDS is somewhat of a disappointment as the concluding novel of Sawyer's Neanderthal Parallax trilogy.HOMINIDS, the first novel in the trilogy, was a very well done novel about the accidental opening of a portal to an alternative universe where Neanderthal's became the dominant hominid. It explores the Neanderthal society and the various differences between the two cultures, human and Neanderthal. There is also very good character development in HOMINIDS, which really drives the rest of the trilogy.HUMANS …
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