By Larry Niven, Gregory Benford
During this first collaboration by means of technology fiction masters Larry Niven (Ringworld) and Gregory Benford (Timescape), the boundaries of ask yourself are redrawn once more as a human excursion to a different celebrity procedure is jeopardized via an come across with an astonishingly gigantic artifact in interstellar house: a bowl-shaped constitution half-englobing a celebrity, with a liveable region resembling many thousands of Earths…and it’s on a right away course heading for a similar process because the human ship.
A touchdown occasion is shipped to enquire the Bowl, but if the explorers are separated—one crew captured by means of the big structure’s alien population, the opposite pursued throughout its unusual and hazardous landscape—the secret of the Bowl’s origins and goal propel the human voyagers towards discoveries that would remodel their realizing in their position within the universe.
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To the north of his position, the conflict in the Boeotian citadel underlit the horrendous black roof of the sky, a bonfire shaped like a city. The blackness of the vast smoke canopy was all around, as dense as Old Night itself. Gusting pillars of bright flame came and went in the distance as the smoke shifted. This, he remarked to himself with leaden irony, was what the great era of Unification looked like. According to history tracts that were already published and in circulation, that were already being taught in scholams, for goodness sake, the glorious Unification Wars had brought the Age of Strife to an end over a century and a half earlier.
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