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The main characters of Fuzzy Nation novel are John, Emma. The book has been awarded with Audie Award for Science Fiction (2012), Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Science Fiction (2011) and many others.

One of the Best Works of John Scalzi. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 303 pages and is available in Hardcover format for offline reading.

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Author: John Scalzi
Book Format: Hardcover
Original Title: Fuzzy Nation
Number Of Pages: 303 pages
First Published in: May 10th 2011
Latest Edition: May 10th 2011
Series: Fuzzy Sapiens #7
Language: English
Awards: Audie Award for Science Fiction (2012), Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Science Fiction (2011)
Generes: Science Fiction, Fiction, Audiobook, Fantasy, Humor, Science Fiction, Aliens, Science Fiction Fantasy, Space, Space Opera, Adventure, Adult,
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

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Chapter One        

Jack Holloway set the skimmer to HOVER, swiveled his seat around, and looked at Carl. He shook his head sadly.

“I can’t believe we have to go through this again,” Holloway said. “It’s not that I don’t value you as part of this team, Carl. I do. Really, I do. But I can’t help but think that in some way, I’m just not getting through to you. We’ve gone over this how many times now? A dozen? Two? And yet every time we come out here, it’s like you forget everything you’ve been taught. It’s really very discouraging. Tell me you get what I’m saying to you.”

Carl stared up at Holloway and barked. He was a dog.

“Fine,” Holloway said. “Then maybe this time it will stick.” He reached down into a storage bin and hoisted a mound of putty in one hand. “This is acoustical blasting putty. What do we do with it?”

Carl cocked his head.

“Come on, Carl,” Holloway said. “This is the first thing I taught you. We put it on the side of the cliff at strategic points,” Holloway said. “Just like I already did earlier today. You remember. You were there.” He pointed in the direction of Carl’s Cliff, a massive outcropping of rock, two hundred meters high, with geological striations peeking out of the vegetation covering most of the rock face. Carl followed Holloway’s finger with his eyes, more interested in the finger than in the cliff his master had named for him.

Holloway set down the putty and picked up another, smaller object. “And this is the remote-controlled blasting cap,” he said. “Which we attach to the acoustical blasting putty, so we don’t have to be near the acoustical blasting putty when we set it off. Because that’s boom. How do we feel about boom, Carl?”

Carl got a concerned look on his doggy face. Boom was a word he knew. Carl was not fond of boom.

“Right,” Holloway said. He set down the blasting cap, making sure it was nowhere near the blasting putty, and that the cap receiver was inactive. He picked up a third object.

“And this is the remote detonator,” Holloway said. “You remember this, right, Carl?”

Carl barked.

“What’s that, Carl?” Holloway said. “You want t

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