The Stars, Like Dust
From science fiction grand master Isaac Asimov comes a stand-alone novel set in his renown galactic empire
Biron Farrell was young and na´ve, but he was growing up fast. A radiation bomb planted in his dorm room changed him from an innocent student at the University of Earth to a marked man, fleeing desperately from an unknown assassin.
He soon discovers that, many light-years away, his father, the highly respected Rancher of Widemos, has been murdered. Stunned, grief-stricken, and outraged, Biron is determined to uncover the reasons behind his father's death, and becomes entangled in an intricate saga of rebellion, political intrigue, and espionage.
The mystery takes him deep into space where he finds himself in a relentless struggle with the power-mad despots of Tyrann. Now it is not just a case of life or death for Biron, but a question of freedom for the galaxy.
“This little novel will transport you back to a simpler time, when story lines we are jaded towards today were fresh and intoxicating, and that gosh-wow! sense of wonder covered science fiction like a layer of fine, gold dust.” —SFReviews.net
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The U.S. Constitution whoofs across a thousand years of time and a million light years of space to bring peace and freedom to the Kingdom of the Horsehead Nebula and prove itself the Universe's ... Read full review
THE AUTARCH REMAINS
THE AUTARCH LEAVES
THE HOLE IN SPACE
OUT OF THE JAWS OF DEFEAT
AND AN OVERLORDS TROUSERS
AND MAYBE NOT
THE AUTARCH COMES
AFTERWORD ABOUT THE AUTHOR