Mindbridge - Joe Haldeman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0575071141 / Author: Joe Haldeman / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Published by Victor Gollancz Science Fiction
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Joe Haldeman Mindbridge (Gollancz SF collector's edition)
Pages: 192, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Gollancz
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by - written on 09/10/00, updated on 09/10/00 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Following on from his multiple award-winning debut novel ‘The Forever War’, Joe Haldeman wrote this, an immensely enjoyable pulp sf classic which looks at both telepathy and humankind’s first contact with another species, one much more advanced than our own. The Levant-Meyer Translation (LMT) is the product of an incredibly fortuitous scientific accident. It allows people to be instantaneously moved vast distances, with the proviso that they must return back to their point of origin after a set time (once again, instantaneously moving the vast distances involved) and that any matter they bring back with them from the place they visited will ... Read the complete review
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