The Enemy Stars by Poul Anderson

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The Enemy Stars

'“A serious, occasionally grave, but ultimately enriching philosophical story about what it really means to be human . . . Anderson deftly matches white-knuckle suspense with introspective moments. . . . Poignant . . . Often exhilarating, The Enemy Stars is a fine example of early hard SF that manages to incorporate humanist themes with equal success. The climactic surprise is dang swell, too.” —SFReviews.net   “One of science fiction’s most influential and prolific writers . . . Anderson’s appetite for colossal themes was remarkable, even by the grandiloquent standards of his trade.” —The Daily Telegraph'
'“A serious, occasionally grave, but ultimately enriching philosophical story about what it really means to be human . . . Anderson deftly matches white-knuckle suspense with introspective moments. . . . Poignant . . . Often exhilarating, The Enemy Stars is a fine example of early hard SF that manages to incorporate humanist themes with equal success. The climactic surprise is dang swell, too.” —SFReviews.net   “One of science fiction’s most influential and prolific writers . . . Anderson’s appetite for colossal themes was remarkable, even by the grandiloquent standards of his trade.” —The Daily Telegraph'
Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy ISBN: 9781497694231 Pages: 134