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Publisher Description

From New York Times bestseller and Hugo Award-winner John Scalzi, an extraordinary retelling of the SF classic Little Fuzzy

ZaraCorp holds the right to extract unlimited resources from the verdant planet Zarathustra—as long as the planet is certifiably free of native sentients. So when an outback prospector discovers a species of small, appealing bipeds who might well turn out to be intelligent, language-using beings, it's a race to stop the corporation from "eliminating the problem," which is to say, eliminating the Fuzzies—wide-eyed and ridiculously cute small, and furry—who are as much people as we are.

Other Tor Books
The Android’s Dream
Agent to the Stars
Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded
Fuzzy Nation

1. Lock In
2. Head On

The Interdepency Sequence
1. The Collapsing Empire
2. The Consuming Fire

Old Man's War Series
1. Old Man’s War
2. The Ghost Brigades
3. The Last Colony
4. Zoe’s Tale
5. The Human Division
6. The End of All Things

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
May 10
Tom Doherty Associates

Customer Reviews

AJ-Guido ,

A Great Read!

I read the original version of this story and loved it, so was curious to see what John Scalzi could bring to the story line. I was very happy to see he improved on and enriched the story to such an extent I found it difficult to put the book down. Interesting, exciting and moving; at times he brought tears to my eyes and other times I had to laugh. Thanks for a thoroughly entertaining read - my only complaint is that it ended too soon!

Person 183 ,

Still not sated

My appetite for ewoks murdering people with rocks is still not sated sadly. I would like to see more and creative ways that they can turn this series into the new ewok game of thrones. Now that you have that picture in you're head try to expand upon it and imagine it because its probably already in the forbidden texts.

Kelleey ,

Very enjoyable

Easy read, but interesting story - well written.

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