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Inside this Book – Once upon a time on a small, watery, excitable planet called Earth, in a small, watery, excitable country called Italy, a soft- spoken, rather nice-looking gentleman by the name of Enrico Fermi was born into a family so overprotective that he felt compelled to invent the atomic bomb. Somewhere in between discovering various heretofore cripplingly socially anxious particles and transuranic elements and digging through plutonium to find the treat at the bottom of the nuclear box, he found the time to consider what would come to be known as the Fermi Paradox. If you’ve never heard this catchy little jingle before, here’s how it goes: given that there are billions of stars in the galaxy quite similar to our good old familiar standby sun, and that many of them are quite a bit further on in years than the big yellow lady, and the probability that some of these stars will have planets quite similar to our good old familiar knockabout Earth, and that such planets, if they can support life, have a high likelihood of getting around to it sooner or later, then someone out there should have sorted out interstellar travel by now, and therefore, even at the absurdly primitive crawl of early-1940s propulsion, the entire Milky Way could be colonized in only a few million years.
Inside this book –Space Opera PDF Book by Catherynne M. Valente – Decibel Jones was already well on his way, but not to the Metagalactic Grand Prix. To Whitehall. The instant the hungriest unpaid intern shadowing the lowest- ranking secretary to the most unremarkable Member of Parliament saw that the only living name on the alien’s pop chart was a British subject, a nondescript black car carrying two nondescript men in black suits and black sunglasses spontaneously materialized out of a zebra crossing halfway to Croydon. Unfortunately, that trod-upon intern was merely quick, not alone. Thus, just as Dess and the roadrunner were arguing the merits of Richard Harris’s version of “MacArthur Park” vis-à-vis Donna Summer’s, a veritable unkindness of nondescript black cars descended furiously onto the pavement outside. A flock of fists pummeled the door and rang the buzzer, a gaggle of angry men’s voices squawked out, “Danesh Jalo, Danesh Jalo, this is Insert Steely-Eyed Organization Here! It is imperative that we speak with you immediately!” A murder of identically loafered feet kicked the door down and marched up the rickety staircase, and by the time Decibel Jones thought to wonder where the Esca had gone all of a sudden, he was crowdsurfing back down the walk-up staircase on a chattering brood of government shoulders.
Space Opera by Catherynne M. Valente PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – Space Opera
- Author of this Book – Catherynne M. Valente
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Science Fiction, Novel, Humor, Fantasy
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- Size – 2.3 MB
- eBook Pages – 254
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