Read Into the Millennium: Tales of the Future
Read Magazine, Catherine Gourley
Millbrook Press, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
Throughout history, people have looked to the future and tried to imagine what it holds in store for mankind, and writers have often been the most perceptive seers of the future. From Mary Shelley's story of the abuses of technology and science, to Robert Lipsyte's story of a boy's discovering that the "future" is really part of the present, this collection offers a diverse glimpse into how we have seen the future, what the future means to us, and how we know when we have reached the future -- just in time for the new millennium.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mvanemmerik - LibraryThing
This book is a good example of science fiction because the story is based around a scientific discovery, in which fantasy of time travel becomes reality. Setting: The beginning of the book is set in ... Read full review