4 edition of The reefs of space found in the catalog.
The reefs of space
|Statement||[by] Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson.|
|Contributions||Williamson, Jack, 1908-2006.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
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The Reefs of Space brings humanity to the brink of the stars. Steve Ryeland, enslaved by Earth's tyrannical Plan of Man computer, is given the world's most Far beyond the orbit of Pluto, half-mythical bodies circle the Solar System--the Reefs of Space, unknown, shrouded in mystery, the goal of human conquest, the obsession of the Plan of Man, tyrannical ruler of Earth/5.
The Reefs of Space by Frederik Pohl (Gateway) and Jack Williamson (The Legion of Space) is an excellent example of good science fiction, with the science speculation, plot, & /5(7). Starchild Trilogy is actually three separate shorter books, based on the same scenario, but not the same characters.
The first book is outstanding, so original. The Reefs of Space being actual "reefs" in the classic sense, but using a time scale much longer, is excellent. The second is good as well/5(16). Starchild Triology: The Reefs of Space, Starchild, Rogue Star, hc, by Pohl / Williamson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Reefs of Space brings humanity to the brink of the stars.
Steve Ryeland, enslaved by Earth's tyrannical Plan of Man computer, is given the world's most important job—to develop a "jetless drive," an extraordinary new space propulsion mechanism. The Reefs of Space, by Frederick Pohl and Jack Williamson, is the first novel of the Starchild Trilogy (which includes Starchild and Rogue Star).
The novel follows the brilliant (and amnesia induced) scientist Steve Ryeland and his human “computational” companion Oporto. 31 rows Title: The Reefs of Space Title Record # Authors: Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson.
The Reefs of Earth, on of Lafferty's first two novels both published inis a science fiction novel treated as a tall tale, or perhaps it’s the other way around. Lafferty’s out-of-print novels are discouragingly expensive, as are the new releases of his collected short fiction. But search him out/5.
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