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Deep Navigation by Alastair Reynolds
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Deep Navigation (2010)

by Alastair Reynolds

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The first collection of shorter fiction by this author that I have read. The themes of the stories span many of the themes of science fiction and I enjoyed all of them, but I liked "The Sledge-Maker's Daughter" the best. ( )
1 vote rgurskey | Jun 29, 2010 |
A collection of Reynolds' short fiction ranging over his career, including his first published story. ( )
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Deep Navigation contains a broad spectrum of Alastair Reynolds’ work, from his first published story, “Nunivak Snowflakes,” through “The Receivers” and “Monkey Suit,” both published within the last year, plus an introduction by his friend, Stephen Baxter. It is well-known that the scope of Dr. Reynolds’ stories is vast; his Revelation Space stories alone attest to that. This collection shows his impressive range, from the claustrophobic Antarctic station, “Byrd Land Six,” to the branespanning “Tiger, Burning,” to the millennia-long quest of “Fury.” His viewpoints are as varied as his constant production of big, new ideas. A lone artist calmly painting the universe. A planetary ecological struggle reduced to a game. A fleeing assassin drawn into an alien rescue between the stars.
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