At age six, Nick Sagan's greeting, "Hello from the children of planet Earth," was recorded and placed aboard NASA's Voyager spacecraft. Launched with a selection of terrestrial greetings, sights, sounds and music, Voyager has since left the solar system;
"A powerful plea for sensible human cooperation delivered via a knockout story."
Sagan's mind-blowing post-apocalyptic trilogy comes to a satisfying, terrifying conclusion.
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"Fit to bursting with flights of speculation that could fuel the careers of many lesser writers. Sagan's second may not be quite as awe-inspiring as his first—but that's hardly a criticism of this rich fantasia, peopled by painfully real characters."
"Sagan may have more imagination than he knows what to do with—a wonderful thing in a new author."