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To be sure it is bound as a hardback and that makes it cost more.
One of the best examples on how you can mix history and fiction and come up with delicious reading for anyone who enjoys book what makes you think.
The ending was not satisfying, and there was no middle, because the beginning took up almost all of the book.
An interesting story, not worth a standalone book.
No memorable characters.
First you must know that this story is available elsewhere. In his "Wireless" anthology, and in the "One Million AD" Dozois' anthology. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Luc Andre Mandeville
Several reviewers thought this book would appreciate in value; it didn't. My copy, which was originally priced at either $35.00 or $150.00, was $4.00 when I got it. Read morePublished on June 7, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Missile Gap is another excellent Stross riff on the cold war-era and super beings, this one dark and intensely disturbing. Read morePublished on July 5, 2009 by John J. Coyne
One of the best examples on how you can mix history and fiction and come up with delicious reading for anyone who enjoys book what makes you think.Published on June 7, 2007 by Amazon Customer
Some reviewers have suggested that this novella is relatively expensive because it is part of a signed limited printing by the publisher. The book is enjoyable and worth buying. Read morePublished on April 10, 2007 by J. Hengenius
This book is really quite an amazing story.
yes, it is exencive, it is signed, but it is worth it. Read more
A delightful and well told tale about how the cole war might have ended if... Well if this alien species in their flying saucers -- no, no, no -- no flying saucers. Read morePublished on March 2, 2007 by John Matlock