Sundiver

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Bantam Books, 1980 - Fiction - 340 pages
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No species has ever reached for the stars without the guidance of a patron--except perhaps mankind. Did some mysterious race begin the uplift of humanity aeons ago? Circling the sun, under the caverns of Mercury, Expedition Sundiver prepares for the most momentous voyage in history--a journey into the boiling inferno of the sun.
 

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Review: Sundiver (The Uplift Saga #1)

User Review  - Tai Viinikka - Goodreads

David Brin tells a good story. This first novel suffered from some weaker characterization, but the plot and the ideas are strong. At some point I might have to start viewing books as fantasy if they ... Read full review

Contents

Out of the WhaleDream
3
4 Virtual Image
43
Interference
69
Heat
101
The Deepest Ocean
141
Shadow
195
21 B615 Pensť
237
An Excited State
259
Tunneling
293
Opacity 821
321
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About the author (1980)

David Brin is a scientist, writer, and public speaker. He was born in Pasadena, California, on October 9, 1950. Brin attended the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and later earned a doctorate at the University of California. He accepted a position as an engineer at Hughes Aircraft Company. Brin is a former fellow at the California Space Institute and serves on several government and nongovernment advisory committees dealing with issues involved with technological growth. Brin has lectured all over the world on such topics as space flight, ecology, and the search for extraterrestrial life. Brin deals with global warming, the destruction of the ozone layer, and pollution of Earth. His 1987 novel, The Uplift War, received the Hugo Award and the Locus Award. His novels have been translated into 20 languages.

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