Book Reviews of Far Horizons

Far Horizons
Far Horizons
Author: Robert Silverberg (Editor)
ISBN-13: 9780380796946
ISBN-10: 0380796945
Publication Date: 5/2/2000
Pages: 608
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Eos
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a very cool book for avid sci-fi fans. It's a compilation of stories from sci-fi writers that are somehow related to famous books they have written.
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Some great new stories connected with epics previously published. I particularly liked those by Orson Scott Card, Frederik Pohl, Greg Bear.
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This is a must-have for any sci-fi fan. It has many beloved authors revisiting their most famous works with all-new stories. A great read!
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I found this book to be plain. The stories were very mediocre. Even the story by Orson Scott Card was the least entertaining short I have so far read by him. I liked certain parts of a few of the stories such as those by Frederick Pohl and Dan Simmon's Hyperion story was a pretty decent one. Overall, as one who enjoys short stories for their windows into brief imaginings, most of these just fell flat to me.
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Love the authors represented in this book. I wanted to read the Anne McCaffery "Ship who Sings" story and it's wonderful
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A good way to be introduced to major science fiction space operas.