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Babylon 5: Dark Genesis – The Birth Of The PSI Corps (1998 Del Rey Paperback)


£20.00

Very good condition used 1998 Del Rey
Reprint Edition Paperback.

Published by Del Rey/ Ballantine Books, USA.
Printing numberline: 10 9 8 7.
Author: J. Gregory Keyes.
ISBN: 0345427157.
Approx dims: 175mm h x 110mm w x 20mm d.

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Babylon 5: Dark Genesis – The Birth Of The PSI Corps (Book 1 of 3)

Condition and Description:

Very good condition used 1998 Del Rey Reprint Edition Paperback.

Published by Del Rey/ Ballantine Books, USA.
Printing numberline: 10 9 8 7.
Author: J. Gregory Keyes.
ISBN: 0345427157.
Approx dims: 175mm h x 110mm w x 20mm d.

Intact clean glossy condition covers with some slight creasing and rubbing and signs of handling. Intact slightly rolled spine. 267 clean tanned inside pages of English text, no inscriptions. Inside page leafs tanned. Page ends tanned. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of Babylon 5: Dark Genesis – The Birth Of The PSI Corps:

This latest instalment of the Babylon 5 series is the beginning of a trilogy that explores the origins of the infamous Psi Corps and the interrelationship with the future and the past origins of earth in the 21st century.

Long before the Babylon 5 space station brought Humans face-to-face with alien races, they discovered an extraordinary breed among their very own . . .

The year is 2115. Shock waves follow in the wake of astonishing news: science has proven the existence of telepaths. Amid media frenzy, panic, and bloodshed, Earth’s government steps in to restore order–and establish tight control over the newfound special population . . . by any means necessary.

Ambitious senator Lee Crawford spearheads the effort, overseeing the creation of the Psi Corps–an elite unit charged with tagging and monitoring all telepaths “for their own protection.” But the real agenda behind the crackdown is one of government control. Many question the telepaths’ origins, while others view them as a coveted weapon. As the Corps tightens its iron grip, the stage is set for a cataclysmic confrontation–one in which the future of Earth will be decided.

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