by Robert Petty
Publisher: ManyBooks 2006
Number of pages: 168
Human Company, a science fiction novel, pits humans against their bioengineered replacements. Bios, women bioengineered from human stock, have settled the marginally inhabitable planet Snowshoe. However, the collapse of a space elevator has plunged their Femdom into a dark age. Gypsy realizes that a long abandoned second elevator, which is near collapse, threatens to destroy the re-emergent civilization. When the bios women oppose his attempt to save the elevator, he recruits a company of outcast human girls into the quest.
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