2 edition of SF Earth Sci Trf found in the catalog.
SF Earth Sci Trf
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The Whorl’s origins are shrouded in legend, and it is ruled by strange gods who appear infrequently to their worshippers on large screens, and peopled by a human race changed by eons of time.
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Sci-fi books (often abbreviated as “SF”) aren’t only portals to different worlds—all books can do that—but also time-traveling excursions into the past, allowing us to see how the greatest visionaries of the day imagined the future. Sometimes that view was thrilling, as with the young-adult novel Ender’s.
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