Amazon link. April 9. The author of the Bone Universe trilogy turns to younger readers for this tale of two sisters who love monster stories—until they find themselves smack dab in the middle of one, and must work together to protect each other and the rest of their family. A walled city with no weapons turns to its most valuable resource—a brilliant engineer who has no trouble telling lies or bucking authority—to protect them as an enemy approaches.
The misfits known as the Black Star Renegades are back to continue their rebellion against an evil galactic empire—but the ancient weapon that might turn the tide is as good as worthless if nobody can figure out how to use it. As the war escalates, would-be hero Cade Sura travels to the edges of space to try and learn its secrets. April A science fiction detective novel featuring telepathy. Ring Around the Sun by Clifford D. Simak Clever invasion novel from the s where aliens introduce devices to disrupt Earth's economy. Mission of Gravity by Hal Clement A world-building novel on a planet with variable surface gravity.
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Telepathy makes people different. England descends into anarchy. Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein Fine example of military science fiction from the late s. A war against bugs.
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The question was: "How can the net amount of entropy of the universe be massively decreased? The story jumps forward in time into later eras of human and scientific development. In each of these eras someone decides to ask the ultimate "last question" regarding the reversal and decrease of entropy.
Each time, in each new era, Multivac's descendant is asked this question, and finds itself unable to solve the problem. In the last scene, the god-like descendant of humanity the unified mental process of over a trillion, trillion, trillion humans that have spread throughout the universe watches the stars flicker out, one by one, as matter and energy ends, and with it, space and time. Humanity asks AC, Multivac's ultimate descendant, which exists in hyperspace beyond the bounds of gravity or time, the entropy question one last time, before the last of humanity merges with AC and disappears.
AC is still unable to answer, but continues to ponder the question even after space and time cease to exist. AC ultimately realizes that it has not yet combined all of its available data in every possible combination, and thus begins the arduous process of rearranging and combining every last bit of information it has gained throughout the eons and through its fusion with humanity.
Eventually AC discovers the answer, but has nobody to report it to; the universe is already dead. It therefore decides to answer by demonstration, since that will also create someone to give the answer to. The story ends with AC's pronouncement,.
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