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Gollancz, 1968 - 224 pages
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In een poging zijn hegemonie in het bewoonde heelal te behouden, rust de erfgenaam van het fortuin van een machtige familie een expeditie uit naar een ster die nova zal worden.

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User Review  - quondame - LibraryThing

I probably read this because of what Jo Walton said in [Why is this Book so Great] Really? I’m not very archetype’d. Interesting and not the same-old-same-old, it nevertheless doesn’t strike me as ... Read full review

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User Review  - CeciliaM - LibraryThing

Interesting storyline, but I never quite got captured by it. I felt that the story was broken down in disconnected fragments. It might have had to do with me never getting enough time reading. Each time I took it up again I had to go back to see what was going on. Read full review

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About the author (1968)

Samuel R. Delany Jr. was born in Harlem, New York on April 1, 1942. He is a science fiction and short story writer. His first novel, The Jewels of Aptor, was published in 1962. He has written more than 20 novels and collections of short stories, memoirs, and critical essays. He has received numerous awards including the Nebula Award for best novel for Babel-17 in 1966 and The Einstein Intersection in 1967, the Nebula Award for best short story for Aye, and Gomorrah and Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones, the Hugo Award for best short story for Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones in 1970 and for his non-fiction book, The Motion of Light in Water, and the Bill Whitehead Award for Lifetime Achievement in Gay Literature in 1993. He is as a professor in the department of English at the University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York.

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