A Heritage of Stars

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Berkley, 1977 - Science fiction - 219 pages
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In the distant future when technological civilizations are almost forgotten, Tom Cushing sets out on a search for the place from which ancient man left earth to travel in space.

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User Review  - usnmm2 - LibraryThing

A good story.A book that has all the traditional sci if themes plus borders on fantasy, with intellgent trees and rocks and ESP.The story starts far in the future. all technology is gone. Man Lives in ... Read full review


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Winner of the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction Writers of America, he also won an International Fantasy Award in 1953 for his novel "City" and the 1964 Hugo for best novel for "Way Station," as well as Nebula and Locus Awards for novels and short stories.

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