By Stephen Baxter
A race of microscopic beings, who have been genetically engineered to live to tell the tale at the turbulent mantle of a neutron celebrity and who vividly be mindful their superbeing creators, organize for the largest kin reunion in historical past. Reprint.
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She felt submerged and had to suppress a pang of panic at the feeling of being trapped up here, of being unable to free herself from this solidifying Air. She did not look back, but was aware of Farr following her, perhaps a mansheight behind; he moved silently save for his rattling breath, and she could hear how he was trying to control the noise of his breathing. The brave little hunter, she thought. Logue would have been proud of him. It took only seconds to reach the pigs; soon Dura could see the blocky forms of several animals sliding between the tree trunks, still apparently oblivious to the humans.
When Philas returned, the women tried to straighten Adda's legs in preparation for binding them to the makeshift splint. When she touched his flesh, Dura saw Adda's face spasm, his mouth open wide in a soundless cry. Unable to proceed, she pulled her hands away from his ruined flesh and stared at Philas helplessly. Then, behind her, Farr screamed. Dura whirled, her hands reaching for Adda's spear. Farr was still working on the tangled net—or had been; now he was backing away from it, his eyecups wide with shock.
Oh, rubbish. I was mangled by a pregnant sow. " Now he seemed to be struggling to push himself away from his tree trunk to reach for a weapon. " Toba locked eyes with the strong woman. She raised her spear and grimaced... and then, shockingly, disarmingly, her face broke up into laughter. Toba, startled, found himself laughing back. The woman jabbed her spear at Toba, barely threatening now. "You. " "Mixxax. " He nodded to her. She said, "Look, you can see we're in trouble here. " He frowned. " She looked toward the old man, apparently exasperated.
Flux (Sci Fi) by Stephen Baxter