Galaxies Like Grains of Sand
"Brian Aldiss seems to have always had a more oceanic sense of time than even most science fiction writers, an almost measured vision of what will transpire in the long run..." - Norman Spinrad In Galaxies Like Grains of Sand, Brian W. Aldiss tells the tale of mankind's future over the course of forty million years. Each of these nine connected short stories highlights a different millennia in which man has adapted to new environments and hardships. With a New Introduction from the Author!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Lyndatrue - LibraryThing
Note from the ISFDB: "This edition reprints 8 of 11 stories from The Canopy of Time, but includes new connecting material." Notable for the brief forewords, and for "Who Can Replace a Man?" (the third story in, representing the Robot Millennia). Read full review
Review: Galaxies Like Grains of SandUser Review - J - Goodreads
A short, easy read. But I feel like in all that was presented of histories in our future that there would be less ambiguity about the technologies at given eras. It's as if he almost purposely dodged ... Read full review