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Deep Space by Robert Silverberg
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Deep Space (1973)

by Robert Silverberg

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Deep Space is an anthology of science fiction stories edited by Robert Silverberg:

  • Introduction; by Robert Silverberg

  • Blood’s a Rover; by Chad Oliver (1952)

  • Noise; by Jack Vance (1952)

  • Life Hutch; by Harlan Ellison (1956)

  • Ticket to Anywhere; by Damon Knight (1952)

  • The Sixth Palace; by Robert Silverberg (1965)

  • Lulungomeena; by Gordon R. Dickson (1953)

  • The Dance of the Changer and the Three; by Terry Carr (1968)

  • Far Centaurus; by A. E. van Vogt (1944)

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20 years after the fragile truce with the Sh'daar, Koenig is now President of the USNA, and Gray is skipper of the CVS America...soon to be promoted to commander of the entire battle group, Koenig's old position, and one which he might not be ready for. The truce with the alien Sh'daar is unravelling as many predicted, and Humankind still knows little about them, or what they are.… (more)

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