Project Pope

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Ballantine Books, Jan 1, 1981 - American literature - 313 pages
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On an obscure planet called End of Nothing, a robot and human society harbors a project to gather all information that could exist in order to construct a computer to be the ultimate Pope.

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Thisis one of Simak's best fantasy worlds, one of his best stories, and the emotion that is coming througth is that love and respect for ALL living things, and he really has some "things" in this one ... Read full review

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A great book!


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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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