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Rasputin (Card novel)

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Rasputin
AuthorOrson Scott Card & Kathryn H. Kidd
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SeriesThe Mayflower Trilogy
GenreScience fiction
PublisherTor Books
Publication date
TBA
Preceded byLovelock 

Rasputin is the title of an as-yet uncompleted science fiction novel by Orson Scott Card and Kathryn H. Kidd. It will be the second novel in The Mayflower Trilogy. It is currently listed as a work in progress on Card's website.[citation needed] The first novel, Lovelock, was published in 1994.

Card and Kidd started writing the book several years ago, but they ran into some problems with the story that required going all the way back to the beginning and starting over.[citation needed] Furthermore, co-author Kathryn H. Kidd died on December 14, 2015.[1]

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Others articles of the Topic Novels : Factions in Revelation Space, Haut (Cetaganda), The Trench (novel), Allies of the Night, Ghem (Cetaganda), Nancy Naigle, Meg: Hell's Aquarium
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  1. Andrew Hall, "In Memoriam: Kathryn H. Kidd", Dawning of a Brighter Day, Association of Mormon Letters, December 17, 2015.

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