10 edition of Manifold: Time found in the catalog.
January 4, 2000
by Del Rey
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
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This book is the follow-up to Manifold: Time and as the title implies, while this book still requires great leaps in time, this time out we're more about moving outward than jumping forward. Jumping off the conclusions set by the last novel, Baxter essentially hits the reboot button and drops us in a totally different universe, although some of 5/5(5). Stephen Baxter is a trained engineer with degrees from Cambridge (mathematics) and Southampton Universities (doctorate in aeroengineering research). Baxter is the winner of both The British Science Fiction Award and the Locus Award, as well as being a nominee for an Arthur C. Clarke Award, most recently for Manifold: novel Voyage won the Sidewise Award for Best Brand: Random House Publishing Group.
The next book, Manifold Space, is also good. It is a bit confusing, though, unles you realize that the books take place in seperate universes where things went very differently than in the first book! Get this from a library! Manifold: time. [Stephen Baxter] -- AThe year is More than a century of ecological damage, industrial and technological expansion, and unchecked population growth has left the Earth on the brink of devastation. As the world's.
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“Reading Manifold: Time is like sending your mind to the gym for a brisk workout. If you don’t feel both exhausted and exhilarated when you’re done, you haven't been working hard enough.” — The New York Times Book Review/5(). “Reading Manifold: Time is like sending your mind to the gym for a brisk workout.
If you don’t feel both exhausted and exhilarated when you’re done, you haven't been working hard enough.”—The New York Times Book Review “A staggering novel!/5(). Manifold: Time is one of those books that blows you away, but subtly at first--you don't realize how epic it is until you're halfway through, and you look back and can only think: " wow." However, it wasn't immediately love at first sight with this book, for me/5.
Based on the other reviews, it seems Manifold:Time is a controversial book. Some people loved it, some hated it, and some were in doubt. I'll share with you my perspective: Mr Baxter's book is full of science. Lots of it/5(). “Reading Manifold: Time is like sending your mind to the gym for a brisk workout.
If you don’t feel both exhausted and exhilirated when you’re done, you haven’t been working hard enough.”— The New York Times Book Review The year is Free download or read online Manifold: Time pdf (ePUB) book.
The first edition of the novel was published in Augustand was written by Stephen Baxter. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this science fiction, fiction story are,/5.
Manifold:Time is a well paced, well thought out adventure through some of the more esoteric conceptions found in the outskirts of modern physics.
The characters, and in particular the main character, who is a entrepeneur in the best sense of the word, 5/5(5). This is the third in the Manifold series - 1) Manifold: Time 2) Manifold: Space 3) Manifold: Origin This third Manifold novel starts in time about half-way between the first two, in But that doesn't really matter because they are all three set in universes parallel to each other, and could each stand alone/5.
Manifold: Time (Manifold, #1), Manifold: Space (Manifold, #2), Manifold: Origin, and Phase Space Manifold Series. 4 primary works • 4 total works. Book 1. Manifold: Time.
by Stephen Baxter. Ratings Reviews published 17 editions. The. The Manifold Trilogy is a series of science fiction books by British author Stephen Baxter. The series was published from to It consists of three novels and an anthology of short stories relating to the three.
First entry in a hypercomplicated, hard-science trilogy, from the author of Moonseed (), etc. After washing out of NASA's astronaut training program, Reid Malenfant ("bad child") sets up the Bootstrap corporation, intending to lure humans into space with the promise of the limitless natural resources available there.
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When new books are released, we'll charge your default payment method for the lowest price available during the pre-order period/5(63). Publisher Description “Reading Manifold: Time is like sending your mind to the gym for a brisk workout. If you don’t feel both exhausted and exhilirated when you’re done, you haven’t been working hard enough.”— The New York Times Book Review.
"Reading Manifold: Time is like sending your mind to the gym for a brisk workout. If you don't feel both exhausted and exhilirated when you're done, you haven't been working hard enough."--The New York Times Book Review.
The year is /5(14). Keep in mind this book was written in Absent Aliens: Despite coming to dominate the universe, humanity never found any other intelligent life. Alternate Continuity: To the other books in the Manifold series. The story is notable for likely making the other Manifold continuities possible by spawning a massive multiverse.
In Manifold: Time, possibly his strongest book to date, it's a minor irritant you'll most likely learn to overlook by page It's worth noting that Manifold: Time is the first of a trilogy, composed of Manifold: Space and Manifold: Origin.
These two sequels do not take place after Manifold: Time, but rather in separate universes. Get this from a library. Manifold: time. [Stephen Baxter] -- Hailed by Arthur C.
Clarke as "a major new talent, " Stephen Baxter is one of the most gifted writers to appear in the last decade. His stunning novels combine state-of-the-art scientific speculation.
Get this from a library. Manifold: time. [Stephen Baxter; Mark B. Adams Science Fiction Collection (University of Pennsylvania)] -- Hailed by Arthur C. Clarke as "a major new talent, " Stephen Baxter is one of the most gifted writers to appear in the last decade.
His stunning novels combine state-of-the-art scientific speculation. Get this from a library. Manifold: time. [Stephen Baxter] -- The year More then a century of ecological damage, industrial and technological expansion, and unchecked population growth has left the Earth on the brink of devastation.
Baxter's 'Manifold Time' focuses on some truly profound ideas and mind-boggling time scales. Very deep. Yes, the dialogue, plot, and characters are at times a bit thin. Overall the plot and writerly craft pick up during the second half.
But the point of 'Manifold Time' /5. Manifold: Time is a science fiction novel by Stephen Baxter. The book was nominated for the Arthur C.
Clarke Award. Time is set on Earth, the inner part of the Solar System and various other universes onwards from the 21st century. Reading Manifold: Time is like sending your mind to the gym for a brisk workout.In this new series (Manifold: 1 Time, 2 Space, 3 Origin) Baxter takes you on a journey through three different Time/Space journeys.
Book one, Manifold: Time, is about a wealthy businessman, Reid Malenfant, who has lofty goals of where humans should be in the Universe/5(2).Get this from a library! Manifold time. [Stephen Baxter] -- Cornelius Taine predicts that in years our species will be wiped out. Reid Malenfant, entrepreneur, has Big Dumb Boosters ready to mine a nearby asteroid for its mineral wealth - piloted by an.