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The Mutant Season (Fire in Winter #1)

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Starting in the 1400s, children with gold-colored eyes and strange abilities--telepathy, telekinesis, and the like--began to be born into the world. For centuries, these "mutants" kept themselves hidden for fear of persecution, but in the latter part of the 20th century, they found more and more acceptance among the rest of society. But now, in 2017, the murder of a promin ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 289 pages
Published September 1st 1990 by Spectra (first published 1989)
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Julie Decker
Mutants are finally able to emerge from the shadows and be who they are in the public eye--people with a long and rich history, forced to hide because they could be persecuted for their poorly understood powers. With a mutant politician pushing peaceful coexistence, political and social cooperation is strained between mutants and non-mutants, especially when a group emerges that wants mutants to rule as a superior class. Non-mutant Andie has been assisting the mutant politicians who want integra ...more
I'm pretty sure that this was a re-read, but I decided that I wanted to read through this entire series, so I asked my library to locate a copy for me through InterLibrary Loan. It was fun to read and I have a copy of the next book, The Mutant Prime, on the way.
Kelly Harmon
In the midst of clearing off my bookshelves to make more room. This has been on the shelf for a very long time, and I've never finished reading it.

I've picked it up several times, but lost interest about midway through.
I didn't much like it, but the concept intrigued me.
F****k que rifado!
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Karen Haber is the author of nine novels including Star Trek Voyager: Bless the Beasts, and co-author of Science of the X-Men. In 2001 she was nominated for a Hugo for Meditations on Middle Earth, an essay collection celebrating J.R.R. Tolkien. With her husband, Robert Silverberg, she co-edited Best Science Fiction of 2001, 2002, and the Best Fantasy of 2001 and 2002 for ibooks and later, co-edite ...more
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