Aliens: DNA War is a novel written by Diane Carey. It was published in April 28, 2006.
- In an inhospitable galaxy, Rosamond 6 seems to have everything needed for human habitation: a moon, an atmosphere, a thriving biosystem. But although it looks like an oasis, the planet harbors a fatal secret: murderous aliens that have wiped out every life form in their path. Anthropologist Jocasta Malvaux is eager to prove her theory that the aliens can be reasoned with, so she sets up an observation post on Rosamond 6. Amazingly, when the Xenomorphs become aware of Malvaux and her expedition, they don't attack. What's the reason behind the Aliens' seeming lack of concern for the humans? Are they evolving? Or are they simply lying in wait? Expanding on 'Ridley Scott's 'classic film, Aliens: DNA War continues the chilling saga of the intrepid men and women who fight to stay alive against an opponent that sleeps, breathes, and breeds with just one goal: to kill.
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