Millennium

“Science fiction as it should be written.” Isaac Asimov

The Countdown has begun…


The world’s superpowers have colonized the moon, the Earth becoming more and more decrepit.

On this new territory, the bases of two former enemies join forces: The USA’s Moonbase, or known by its inhabitants as ‘Selene’, and Russia’s Lunagrad.

The Countdown to nuclear war and annihilation has begun…

Together, they must launch the most daring offensive ever against Earth in an attempt to save mankind…

From itself.

Millennium is an outstanding novel of science-fiction, exploring a tense and a very plausible political landscape.

 

BEN BOVA was Editor of Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact magazine, the most widely read and influential science fiction magazine in the world. He received the Science Fiction Achievement Award (Hugo) for best editor of the year in 1973, 1974, and 1975. His short stories and science articles have appeared in all the major science fiction magazines, as well as the Smithsonian Magazine, the IEEE Spectrum, School Library Journal, and many other periodicals. His book The Fourth State of Matter was honored as one of the top one hundred science books of the year 1971 by the American Librarians’ Association. Star flight and Other Improbabilities was selected as a Junior Literary Guild book in 1973. He was the 1974 recipient of the New England Science Fiction Society’s E. E. Smith Memorial Award for Imaginative Fiction.


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Ben Bova

Ben Bova

BEN BOVA was Editor of Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact magazine, the most widely read and influential science fiction magazine in the world. He received the Science Fiction Achievement Award (Hugo) for best editor of the year in 1973, 1974, and 1975. His short stories and science articles have appeared in all the major science fiction magazines, as well as the Smithsonian Magazine, the IEEE Spectrum, School Library Journal, and many other periodicals. His book The Fourth State of Matter was honored as one of the top one hundred science books of the year 1971 by the American Librarians’ Association. Star flight and Other Improbabilities was selected as a Junior Literary Guild book in 1973. He was the 1974 recipient of the New England Science Fiction Society’s E. E. Smith Memorial Award for Imaginative Fiction.

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