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The Shores of TomorrowAn Old Hand At Peering Into The Future, Robert Silverberg Offers Us Eight Glimpses Of What He Sees There, Hovering Just Beyond The Shores Of Tomorrow A Doomed Space Liner Fights For Its Life As It Plummets Earthward With Passengers Aboard, Plus A Crew Of The Aged Founder Of The Domed City, Where Germs And Pollution Are Sealed Out, Contemplates His Life Work With Old New EyesWhen An Inexperienced Skipper Lands His Rescue Vessel On An Ice Racked Planet, He Soon Finds He Needs Rescue HimselfHoward Wilson, Assistant Professor Of Sociology, With His Life And Work All Planned Out For Him, Suddenly Finds That Nothing Is Turning Out As It Was Supposed ToOn The Third World, Three Space Explorers Find Life Much Like Their Own But What Is Their Own The Aliens Who Live On The Supposedly Uninhabited Planet Have Ways Of Keeping Newcomers Out Take That Blue And Red Bird Of Theirs, No Bigger Than A Chicken Far In The Future, The United States And The People S Republic Of China Clash Over Methods Of Colonizing MarsWhat Can An Earthman Do When He Sees His Adopted People Gentle, Lovable, Cultured Go Down Before The Crude Barbarians They Refuse To Fight This Third Nelson Collection Of Imaginative Science Fiction Tales By Robert Silverberg Will Be Welcomed By Every Science Fiction Fan Who Has Encountered This Writer Before

Read The Shores of Tomorrow  – rading–books.run
  • Hardcover
  • 191 pages
  • The Shores of Tomorrow
  • Robert Silverberg
  • English
  • 07 July 2017
  • 9780840765253

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About the Author: Robert Silverberg

Robert Silverberg is one of science fiction s most beloved writers, and the author of such contemporary classics as Dying Inside, Downward to the Earth and Lord Valentine s Castle, as well as At Winter s End, also available in a Bison Books edition He is a past president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the winner of five Nebula Awards and five Hugo Awards In 2004 the Sc

13 thoughts on “The Shores of Tomorrow

  1. says:

    I have read a lot of good novels of Silverberg But after reading this story collection I am taken aback Is this the same author This was weak Not one really good story and a few really dumb ones What a disappointment

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