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Titan Books
01 August 2018
Science fiction; Space opera; Short Stories Sci-Fi; Science; Future Society; Space; Aliens; Space Opera; Military
The seductive thrill of uncharted worlds, of distant galaxies... and the unknown threats that lurk in the vastness of the cosmos. From Foundation to Lensman, Star Wars to Guardians of the Galaxy, space opera continues to exert its magnetic pull on us all.

This is the definitive collection of original short stories by many of today's finest authors, writing brand new adventures set in their most famous series. Herein lie canonical tales of the Honorverse, the Lost Fleet, Dune, Vatta's War, Ender Wiggin, the Legion of the Damned, the Imperium, and more.

Also included are past masterpieces by authors whose works defined the genre, including a Miles Vorkosigan adventure, a story from the author of the Dragonriders of Pern, and a rare tale coauthored by the screenwriter for The Empire Strikes Back.

Nebula and Hugo Award winners, New York Times bestsellers, and Science Fiction Grand Masters-these authors take us to the farthest regions of space.
By:   Robert Silverberg, David Weber, Jack Campbell, Elizabeth Moon
Edited by:   Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 130mm, 
ISBN:   9781785655944
ISBN 10:   1785655949
Pages:   688
Publication Date:   01 August 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Bryan Thomas Schmidt is a Hugo Award-nominated editor and author. His anthologies include Shattered Shields, Mission: Tomorrow, Galactic Games, Little Green Men-Attack, and, Beyond The Sun. Bryan was the original editor for The Martian by New York Times Bestseller Andy Weir (Crown, 2014). He has also edited or written gaming content for Wars, Dark Expanse, and Ascension, as well as writing tie-in fiction in The X-Files and Predator.

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