Many readers are drawn to technological know-how fiction for that singular second whilst a narrative expands your mind's eye, allowing you to work out anything in a brand new gentle. no longer all SF works this manner! This quantity collects some of the best of it that does, with 25 of the best examples of mind-expanding and awe-inspiring technological know-how fiction.The storylines diversity from a discovery at the Moon that opens up vistas throughout all time to a second within which distances around the Earth unexpectedly elevate and folks vanish. those are stories to take you from the opposite aspect of now to the very finish of time from today's top-name participants together with Stephen Baxter, Alastair Reynolds, Robert Silverberg, Gregory Benford and Robert Reed.
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