The Past Through Tomorrow: 'Future History' Stories
Putnam, 1967 - Forecasting - 667 pages
Prophetic science fiction: Life-line; The Roads Must Roll; Blowups Happen; The Man Who Sold the Moon; Delilah and the Spacerigger; Space Jockey; Requiem; The Long Watch; Gentlemen, Be Seated; The Black Pits of Luna; "It's Great to Be Back!"; "We Also Walk Dogs"; Searchlight; Ordeal in Space; The Green Hills of Earth; Logic of Empire; The Menace from Earth; "If This Goes On ..."; Conventry; Misfit; and Methuselah's Children.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dbsovereign - LibraryThing
At times boring, at times very entertaining these stories and novellas are assembled all in one place for the true Heinlein fan. A good introduction to some of Heinlein's more prophetic stories. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - 5hrdrive - LibraryThing
Life-line: **** This was Heinlein's first published story, in 1939. That alone makes it a must-read. The Roads Must Roll: *** I understand that this is science-fiction, but as a premise the technology ... Read full review