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'''Morgan, Richard K. ''Altered Carbon.''''' London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 2002. First in Takeshi Kovacs series, source of the [[Altered Carbon (TV series)|TV series]].  
 
'''Morgan, Richard K. ''Altered Carbon.''''' London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 2002. First in Takeshi Kovacs series, source of the [[Altered Carbon (TV series)|TV series]].  
  
From opening of Wikipedia entry: "Altered Carbon is a 2002 science fiction novel by British writer Richard K. Morgan. Set in a future in which interstellar travel is facilitated by transferring consciousnesses between bodies ("sleeves"), it follows the attempt of Takeshi Kovacs, a former U.N. elite soldier turned private investigator, to investigate a rich man's death. It is followed by the sequels Broken Angels and Woken Furies."[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altered_Carbon]
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From opening of Wikipedia entry: "Altered Carbon is a 2002 science fiction novel by British writer Richard K. Morgan. Set in a future in which interstellar travel is facilitated by transferring consciousnesses between bodies ("sleeves"), it follows the attempt of Takeshi Kovacs, a former U.N. elite soldier turned private investigator, to investigate a rich man's death. It is followed by the sequels ''Broken Angels'' and ''Woken Furies''."[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altered_Carbon]
  
  
 
RDE, Initial compiler, 11July19
 
RDE, Initial compiler, 11July19
 
[[Category: Fiction]]
 
[[Category: Fiction]]

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Morgan, Richard K. Altered Carbon. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 2002. First in Takeshi Kovacs series, source of the TV series.

From opening of Wikipedia entry: "Altered Carbon is a 2002 science fiction novel by British writer Richard K. Morgan. Set in a future in which interstellar travel is facilitated by transferring consciousnesses between bodies ("sleeves"), it follows the attempt of Takeshi Kovacs, a former U.N. elite soldier turned private investigator, to investigate a rich man's death. It is followed by the sequels Broken Angels and Woken Furies."[1]


RDE, Initial compiler, 11July19