Far Horizons:: All New Tales From The Greatest Worlds Of Science Fiction
The universe of the mind is a limitless expanse of wonders, filled with worlds and secrets that cannot be fully explored within the pages of a single novel. Avid readers of science fiction have long appreciated the myriad joys of returning to fictional galaxies already experienced; delighting in the ever-unfolding mysteres of Frank Herbert's Dune or Asimov's Foundation series, for example.
In Far Horizons--edited by acclaimed author Robert Silverberg-- a veritable "Who's Who" of science fiction's most beloved and highly honored writers once again revisit the remarkable worlds they created and made famous.
Ursula K. Le Guin sends representatives of the Ekumen into the violent later years of a planetary civil war. Dan Simmons once again billiantly mixes allegory and space adventure in his dangerous, religion-dominated cosmos of Hyperion. Greg Bear reexplores his artificial universe, "The Way", from Eon, Eternity and Legacy.
Orson Scott Card recounts the momentous first meeting of his time-and-planet-hopping protagonist Ender Wiggin with Ender's computer based, soon to be companion, Jane.Gregory Benford rockets us back to the Galactic Center, Anne McCaffrey's Ship Who Sang sings again, and Joe Haldeman's Forever War rages on eternally. Here, also, are new stories by David Brin, Nancy Kress, Frederik Pohl, and Robert Silverberg himself--each venturing further into univestigated corners of familiar galaxies to delve into the perilous mystery of being human.
Perhaps the greatest concentration of science fiction talent ever in one volume, Far Horizons is an unprecedented masterpiece -- one that reopens vast empires of imagination and adventure to new explorations and appreciations. It is a major SF event, sure to bring unparalleled joy to the hearts of serious fans everywhere.
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Far horizons: all new tales from the greatest worlds of science fictionUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In "Old Music and the Slave Women," Ursula Le Guin returns to the setting of her classic novels The Left Hand of Darkness (LJ 9/15/87) and The Dispossessed (1976) for a scathing look at the impact of ... Read full review
Review: Far Horizons: All New Tales from the Greatest Worlds of Science Fiction (Galactic Center Saga #5.5)User Review - Vorbis - Goodreads
Most of these authors I've never read. Almost all of them managed to hold my attention, even if none of them captivated my interest enough to pursue their series' further. My favourite is the first ... Read full review
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Far Horizons: All New Tales From The Greatest Worlds Of Science Fiction
Limited preview - 2000
Far Horizons: All New Tales from the Greatest Worlds of Science Fiction
No preview available - 1999