Honey Hive

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Among the 35th century Spiral's realms, gene-modified people are still human, more or less. And even the most monogamously married man may succumb to sophisticated temptation.
When a tour ship full of post-grad virgins makes its first port of call at the raw, planet-less Jons System, a two-man comet catching crew has no clue how remarkable those young women are, or of the choices they will face.

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About Harry Heyoka

"The job of the writer is to kiss no ass, no matter how big and holy and white and tempting and powerful." -- Ken Kesey

The biggest, holiest ass in SF is the galactic empire, sometimes called (for good reasons) its most ridiculous idea ever. Contrary Harry wondered what innovations might make a real galactic empire possible, and so created his Spiral's Realms future history; but is "possible" desirable?

"Dismissing SF as serious literature is a dangerous mistake," Harry writes. "It's the only genre consistently prodding folks to look farther down the road to the future. We need that, if we're to have a future."

A refugee from rampant deforestation, Harry Heyoka has spent his adult life in Hawaii, Europe, and North America. Though mute, he is literate in several languages and holds a BS in BS. He loves raw foods and craft ales, and lives with "his" cat outside Helen Gone, Oregon.

Harry also loves good music of all kinds. Check out his Pandora stations at

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Review by: Kenneth Cartisano on June 23, 2013 :
It's well-written, imaginative, short (50 pages) and has a nice pop at the end. It provides an interesting and upbeat take on the future. I enjoyed it.
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)

Review by: Sweet Peas on March 01, 2012 : (no rating)
Good job!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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