The New Space Opera, Volume 1

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Harper Collins, Jun 12, 2007 - Fiction - 528 pages
75 Reviews

The brightest names in science fiction pen all-new tales of space and wonder:

Kage Baker
Stephen Baxter
Gregory Benford
Tony Daniel
Greg Egan
Peter F. Hamilton
Gwyneth Jones
James Patrick Kelly
Nancy Kress
Ken Macleod
Paul J. McAuley
Ian McDonald
Robert Reed
Alastair Reynolds
Mary Rosenblum
Robert Silverberg
Dan Simmons
Walter Jon Williams

  

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Quite interesting premise. - Goodreads
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VERDICT A solid introduction to the genre. - Book Verdict

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Evidently the New space opera is not much to my taste, since it seemingly involves a lot more space than opera these days (notwithstanding the last story, by Dan Simmons, which is about half ... Read full review

Review: The New Space Opera 2: All-new stories of science fiction adventure (The New Space Opera #2)

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Most of the stories are quite good, and a few are truly amazing. A few seem to end prematurely without a satisfying resolution. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
VERTHANDIS RING Ian McDonald
24
HATCH Robert Reed
39
WINNING PEACE Paul J McAuley
66
GLORY GregEgan
88
MAELSTROM Kage Baker
113
BLESSED BY AN ANGEL Peter F Hamilton
143
WHOS AFRAID OF WOLF 359? Ken Macleod
158
MINLAS FLOWERS Alastair Reynolds
234
SPLINTERS OF GLASS Mary Rosenblum
291
REMEMBRANCE Stephen Baxter
316
THE EMPEROR AND THE MAULA Robert Silverberg
334
THE WORM TURNS Gregory Benford
379
SEND THEM FLOWERS Walter Jon Williams
401
ART OF WAR Nancy Kress
436
MUSE OF FIRE Dan Simmons
454

DIVIDING THE SUSTAIN James Patrick Kelly
202

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About the author (2007)

Gardner Dozois is a highly esteemed author and Hugo Award-winning editor of several SF anthologies and, for twenty years, Asimov's Science Fiction magazine.

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