The Stars My Brothers He was afraid not of the present or the future but of the past He was afraid of the thing tagged Reed Kieran that stiff blind voiceless thing wheeling its slow orbit around the Moon companion to de

  • Title: The Stars, My Brothers
  • Author: Edmond Hamilton Virgil Finlay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • He was afraid not of the present or the future, but of the past He was afraid of the thing tagged Reed Kieran, that stiff blind voiceless thing wheeling its slow orbit around the Moon, companion to dead worlds and silent space Hamilton was a thoughtful SF writer, and you can surely see that here this is the tale of a man dead in space for centuries and reviveHe was afraid not of the present or the future, but of the past He was afraid of the thing tagged Reed Kieran, that stiff blind voiceless thing wheeling its slow orbit around the Moon, companion to dead worlds and silent space Hamilton was a thoughtful SF writer, and you can surely see that here this is the tale of a man dead in space for centuries and revived by folks who approach an alien world a lot the way out nuttier environmentalists approach the defense of trees There are creatures on this alien world, see, that look like people and act like chimpanzees But chimps are animals, aren t they Aren t they.

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    One Reply to “The Stars, My Brothers”

    1. There are a lot of interesting ideas here. Hamilton looks at feminism, racism, politics, & speciesism, but they weren't as fully formed as I could have hoped, so more of a 3.5. Our space faring future is in 1981 & then he uses the lens of a century jump to take us to the stars where our man of the future is now a relic from the past. If this had been a little longer & the ideas fleshed out a bit more, it could have really been something.

    2. An excellent short and vintage scifi novel. Vintage scifi was so hopeful about the social and technological evolution of man, but always faithfully recognized our innate faults. Loyalty to the species, or subgroup of species, greed, etc. I really enjoyed this short story about a man who was frozen during a ship malfunction, and place in a graveyard of frozen bodies that orbit the moon until such a time that the can be revived by science. That alone is an excellent premise for a story, I would lo [...]

    3. Interesting short story, with a lot of promising content and classic sci-fi material, but the story ends rather abruptly just as I felt it was going somewhere.

    4. Pretty good novella or what have you. I was interested, and it was short and sweet with a very sharp point. Ok then.

    5. Unexpected pleasure with a great message. The joy of reading this genre of books is the thoughts and questions you are left to wrestle with in your daily life.

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