Glen Runciter is dead. Or is it that his team of anti-psychics led are all dead? Dick’s surreal masterpiece questions the nature of reality, an existential nightmare trapped in half-life.
A group of Antarctic explorers unearths a golden sphere deep under the ice, housing two humans who had been cryogenically frozen before pre-history.
Human clones are sent from Earth as test dummies to colonize a habitable planet in Tau Ceti, overcoming a number of technological and pscyhological hurdles.
Heinlein’s “The Door Into Summer” is highly regarded as one of the all-time classic time travel stories, and one of Heinlein’s early-career masterpieces. Does it still hold up, sixty-plus years after the fact, and is its acclaim warranted in the first place?