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the black fruit and all members are worst a century Summary

In "the black fruit," a fish boy tears Lykin's space suit open, and Lykin blacks out. He has visions of being back on Mars, then feels as though he is drifting even farther out to space, struggling in and out of consciousness. He then finds himself in a "Flower Market," accepts a deal of two black fruit, and breaks the surface of the water. His canoe lands on the shore amidst tree-frog people, then he loses consciousness once more. Several hunters come for him and call him away, leading him to an ancient palace deep within the wilderness. He is told that his present form is unsuitable and that he must change.

In "all members are worst a century," the population of Ward Island is...

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