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Daw Books
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6.2 X 9.1 X 1.6 inches | 1.4 pounds

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About the Author
David Gerrold has been writing professionally for half a century. He created the tribbles for "Star Trek" and the Sleestaks for "Land Of The Lost." His most famous novel is "The Man Who Folded Himself." His semi-autobiographical tale of his son's adoption, "The Martian Child" won both the Hugo and the Nebula awards, and was the basis for the 2007 movie starring John Cusack and Amanda Peet.
Praise for Hella

"The effortlessly diverse cast, complex political machinations, and heartfelt coming-of-age themes combine to create a fleshed-out vision of the future that is intense, emotional, and immersive while still maintaining a sense of rollicking fun. Sci-fi readers should snap this up." --Publishers Weekly (starred)

"Gerrold has created a vibrant world with a creative exploration of colonization and alien ecology that also smoothly touches on polyamory, gender confirmation, and queer relationships. Hella does what science fiction does best: it uses classic sf tropes to ask important questions about contemporary society." --Booklist (starred)

"The thoughtful and enjoyable page-turner Hella [is] a book sure to entrance anyone with an active imagination for distant worlds and giant monsters." --Chicago Review of Books

"Sci-fi has a strong tradition of "deathworld" planets. David Gerrold's Hella is one of them, on steroids.... Gerrold makes it plain that there's as much drama and danger in office politics as there is in dealing with wild beasts." --Wall Street Journal