Farnham's Freehold

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Baen, Feb 1, 1994 - Fiction - 352 pages
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A thermonuclear blast propels Hugh Farnham and his family 2,000 years into the future, where civilization has undergone dramatic changes. In the new world order, being born African made one a Lord of Creation, while Farnham's race--responsible for the nuclear holocaust--was fit only for slavery. However, the Farnhams have no intentions of being slaves.

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User Review  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

A great story if you can get past the fact that Heinlein is a real pervert. I can believe that Heinlein's later works were a bit bizarre, but then he supposedly had a brain tumor. Read full review

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User Review  - exfed - LibraryThing

My reading of Heinlein's Farnham's Freehold confirms my earlier conclusions that he was a very unique SF author. Its not great literature, but its entertaining! In this novel we get a bomb shelter ... Read full review


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Robert A. Heinlein, four-time winner of the Hugo Award and recipient of three Retro Hugos, received the first Grand Master Nebula Award for lifetime achievement. His worldwide bestsellers have been translated into 22 languages and include Stranger in a Strange Land, Starship Troopers, Time Enough for Love, and The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress. His long-lost first novel, For Us, the Living, was recently published by Scribner and Pocket Books.

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