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.. for possession of the remaining resources. In 2044, the Earth's population is reduced to 300 million survivors, and society is no longer recognizable as humanity knows it. The rich live in luxury enclaves, surrounded by watchtowers and private armies, while the poor scavenge for food and a desperate few fight each other for territory. It is a brutal, utterly lawless place, where the strongest force one can use is a gun. Only the enforcers of order are safe. For the citizens of a totalitarian police state, safety is a dirty word. Background The story was first presented in serialized form as short fiction in a number of quarterly magazines and anthologies, starting with Omni in the late 1980s and continuing through The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and the anthology Pulphouse: The Magazine of Western Fronter Science Fiction. The first novel-length version was a 1992 Tor Books paperback, The Final Evolution, which was nominated for the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel, and included a non-canonical short story about a bounty hunter. This novel was a Hugo and Locus Award finalist. The second novel-length version was a 1993 Baen Books hardcover, The Final Evolution, which used the same characters, and included a full-length non-canonical novella featuring a supporting character from the previous version. This novel was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel. One of the novella's characters was originally presented in The Final Evolution, and was nominated for the 1989 Nebula Award for Best Novelette. The third version was the 1996 Baen Books hardcover The Prey line. This novel provided more details about the characters, and featured an epilogue written by Brian W. Aldiss, along with a non-canonical novella featuring a supporting character from the previous version. Like its predecessors, this book was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel. The fourth version was the 2002 Baen Books hardcover Revolution Blues, which like its predecessors, was a Nebula Award finalist. It featured a non-canonical novella featuring a supporting character from the previous version, along with a non-canonical story featuring another supporting character from the previous version. The fifth version is the 2005 Baen Books hardcover Battle Lines. Like its predecessors, this novel was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel.