eBook Dome World epub

by Dean McLaughlin

eBook Dome World epub
  • ISBN: 0710249209
  • Author: Dean McLaughlin
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pyramid; Reprint. 2nd printing edition (1971)
  • Pages: 159 pages
  • ePUB size: 1734 kb
  • FB2 size 1916 kb
  • Formats lit lrf mbr mobi

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Dean Benjamin McLaughlin J. published as Dean McLaughlin and occasionally Dean Maclaughlin, is a Hugo- and Nebula-Award nominated author of science fiction, and the son of astronomer Dean B. McLaughlin. Books by Dean McLaughlin. Mor. rivia About Dome World.

older paperback book with tanned pages.

Dean Benjamin McLaughlin, Jr. (born 1931) is an American science fiction writer. He was the son of astronomer Dean B. His best-known work is "Hawk Among the Sparrows" (1968), which was nominated for both the Hugo Award and Nebula Award for Best Novella. It concerns a late-20th century fighter plane which travels through time, and tries to contend with World War I aircraft. Other works include Dawn (1980), a novel inspired by Isaac Asimov's "Nightfall".

Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Dean Benjamin McLaughlin (born October 25, 1901, Brooklyn, Queens, New York CIty; died December 8, 1965, Ann Arbor, Michigan, US) was an American astronomer.

1931- ) US author who began publishing sf with "For Those who Follow After" for Astounding in July 1951.

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Do you ever think the rest of the world is falling apart around us but we just haven't noticed yet?"

Do you ever think the rest of the world is falling apart around us but we just haven't noticed yet?" Shūji. When I see three oranges, I juggle; when I see two towers, I walk.

In DOME WORLD, Dean McLaughlin has written a story of the near future - of the fantastic life on Earth's last frontier, the depths of the sea.

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Someone should review this. I like to read, but this book kept popping up on ebay while I searched for Dean Dome seats, as in actual seats removed from the UNC basketball Dean E. Smith Center. Sports memorabilia. Anyway, I eventually got my seats years later, but I became intrigued with the cover art and decided to buy the book at a nominal cost. Sure it is dated, but it isn't bad. A nice glimpse into the age of nuclear fear I suppose. I just thought it was destiny after so many hits. Don't expect groundbreaking stuff in this day and age, but if you are interested in the history of science fiction, this isn't a bad place to explore.
Speculative near-future sci-fi. The book is divided into two halves. Fragile domes are built on the sea floor to facilitate the Earth's surface need for rare metals. In part 1, surface war threatens their existence so one maverick dome leader conspires to declare independence, which succeeds. In part 2, an executive from the established independent dome nation tries unsuccessful to negotiate with the surface ("drylanders") but is betrayed and defects to the drylanders. He engineers a city of domes without central leadership, thus saving everyone from war. Hopelessly dated, the book is mostly hard-headed men arguing politics over drinks in offices. The few sci-fi elements present are just window dressing. The premise, however, is original and intriguing and the dialogue and action are written with an experienced hand.
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