|Title:||Bangs and Whimpers: Stories About the End of the World (Roxbury Park Books)|
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Presents a collection of stories exploring the end of the world from authors such as Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke. Arthur C Clarke's 1951 "The Nine Billion Names of God" is a haunting tale of what happens when technology gets involved with the metaphysics of religion. Isaac Azimov's 1956 "The Last Question" goes to the other side of the coin and asked what happens when technology becomes a religion
Manufacturer: Lowell House Release date: 1 October 1999 ISBN-10 : 0737302712 ISBN-13: 9780737302714. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
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Bangs and Whimpers delivers on all fronts. Every time I've started to tell someone about this book, intending to tell them about just one short story in particular I think they would find of interest, I find myself saying something like, "Oh, yeah, and there was this other one that explored an end-of-the-world scenario where we planted the seeds to a new creation b. This book is amazing. Each short story approached the Ending of All Things from a different vantage point and perception. A collection of short stories from 19 luminaries of the science fiction world. Each story explores the end of the world, or of humanity, and they are in turns funny or tragic, mostly concerning the reaction the characters have to realizing what's happening. Maybe it's my general apathy towards short stories, but I found the group of very mixed success, although there are a few winners here.
Bangs & Whimpers book. I started it several nights ago, longing for the feel of a paper book in my hands after nearly a year This book, Bangs & Whimpers: Stories About the End of the World is a collection of short stories by different authors. Most of these stories were written some fifty to sixty years ago. It includes passages from all the greats - from Arthur C. Clarke to Robert Heinlein, Neil Gaiman to Isaac Asimov.
Publisher: Lowell House/ Roxbury Park Books. This is an anthology of some of the best apocalyptic short stories, by the best authors around. If "the end of the world (as we know it)" is your bag, you'll certainly want to read this on. eginning with Arthur C. Clarke (The Nine Billion Names of God) and ending with Isaac Asimov (The Last question), all the great ones are here-yes, Heinlein, too (The Year of the Jackpot). Even James Thurber (Interview With a Lemming.
About book: The Bangs & Whimpers by tons of authors such as Isaac Asinov, Arthur C. Clarke, Phillip K. Dick, Neil Gaiman,Robert A. Heinlein, Frederik Punt, Robert Silverberg, James Thurber, James Tiptree Jr, and Connie Willis is kind of weird book honestly. It is a book with all kind of different short stories by different authors describing or predicting how the world would end and who would be alive to tell the horror story. It was written in 1999
Publisher: Roxbury Park, Lowell House. 139, Emissary from a Green and Yellow World, (1998), short story by Robert Sheckley. 149, The Portable Phonograph, (1941), short story by Walter Van Tilburg Clark. 157, Fermi and Frost, (1985), short story by Frederik Pohl.
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October 1999 : USA Paperback