I read a book as a kid in the 70s. I think the book was written then, but could have been late sixties. It is about a colony on a distant planet that for some reason need to go back to earth. Due to ...
I'm trying to find out what the first "big" science fiction novel that dealt with human colonization on other planets was? When I say "big" I mean successful and impactful to future generations (or at ...
Historian Arnold Toynbee called the Jewish peopla a "fossil" of history. According to Toynbee the Jews were neither a race, religion or a nation, as he defined those terms. Yet, this fossil-people ...
The book starts with a group of young adults graduating, some with dreams and others with no plan. They go out to a party on someone else's money (maybe he offered it to them with a mysterious catch?) ...
I'm not quite sure if this is the right place for this question, but I'm fairly certain I read about it in a sci-fi book. There was a planetary habitability rating based on 10 categories. I think a ...
I am trying to identify the name and if possible a link to a story that I heard on librivox.org (maybe, I am not 100% sure). At some point point in the future, human race has spread all over the ...