Madness from the Inconstant Moon is a collection of early short science fiction works by Larry Niven, the multiple Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author of the Ringworld series. This classic collection includes "The Inconstant Moon," the basis for a forthcoming film by The Arrival producer Shawn Levy. "All the Myriad Ways" (1968)"Passerby" (1969)"For a Foggy Night" (1968)"Wait It Out" (1968)"The Jigsaw Man" (1967)"Not Long before the End" (1969)"Unfinished Story No. 1" (1970)"Unfinished Story No. 2" (1971)"Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex" (essay, 1969)"Exercise in Speculation: The Theory and Practice of Teleportation" (essay, 1969)"The Theory and Practice of Time Travel" (essay, 1971)"Inconstant Moon" (1971)"What Can You Say about Chocolate Covered Manhole Covers?" (1971)"Becalmed in Hell" (1965)
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by Larry Niven
"Urbane, assured, and at ease, narrator Bronson Pinchot sounds like he's sitting on a white leather couch reading this collection of smart short stories and essays in a postmodern penthouse overlooking--well, the universe. With its finely honed eye and ear for scientific realism and thoughtful detail, this collection of ahead-of-their-time gems covers some of Larry Niven's favorite topics: "Teleportation" (1969), "The Theory and Practice of Time Travel" (1971), and the end of the world, "Inconstant Moon" (1971). At 80 years old, Niven remains one of the true grand masters of science fiction, and with Pinchot's nuanced reading we also find that there's a very human side to all that hard science, as well. A fine and fun listening experience. B.P. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"
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