The Exiles Trilogy

The Exiles Trilogy

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by Ben Bova
     
 

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When all the best of Earth's scientists are forced into exile to a space station to prevent their work from upsetting the status quo, they decide to embark on an even grander adventure to the stars. An epic three-volume saga from a science fiction master, all in one book:

EXILED FROM EARTH
FLIGHT OF EXILES
END OF EXILE

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Overview

When all the best of Earth's scientists are forced into exile to a space station to prevent their work from upsetting the status quo, they decide to embark on an even grander adventure to the stars. An epic three-volume saga from a science fiction master, all in one book:

EXILED FROM EARTH
FLIGHT OF EXILES
END OF EXILE

Limited time special! ReAnimus Press is pleased to offer The Exiles Trilogy purchasers of a free copy of Ben Bova's science fiction novel The Multiple Man for your Nook. If you purchased an ebook copy of The Exiles Trilogy from the Barnes & Noble Nook store web site on or after October 1, 2013, please submit a copy of your receipt to ReAnimus Press via reanimus.com/bnpromo as proof of purchase to receive your copy.

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Web Review - Sarah Hendess
A page turner that should keep any scifi fan engaged.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013269118
Publisher:
ReAnimus Press
Publication date:
10/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
132,615
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Ben Bova is the author of nearly 125 futuristic novels and nonfiction books about science and high technology.

In his various writings, Dr. Bova has predicted the Space Race of the 1960s, solar power satellites, the discovery of organic chemicals in interstellar space, virtual reality, human cloning, the Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars), the advent of international peacekeeping forces, the discovery of ice on the Moon, electronic book publishing and zero-gravity sex.

Dr. Bova received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation in 2005, “for fueling mankind’s imagination regarding the wonders of outer space.” His 2006 novel TITAN received the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for best novel of the year, and he received the 2008 Robert A. Heinlein Award “for his outstanding body of work in the field of literature.”

Dr. Bova has been involved in science and high technology since the very beginnings of the space age. President Emeritus of the National Space Society and a past president of Science Fiction Writers of America, Inc., Dr. Bova was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and has been a member of the Arizona Astronomy Board.

He is a columnist for the Naples Daily News and a widely-popular lecturer. Earlier in his career, he was an award-winning editor and an executive in the aerospace industry. He has worked with film makers and television producers such as Woody Allen, George Lucas, and Gene Roddenberry.

His “Grand Tour” novels – including his award-winning TITAN - show how the human race will expand through the solar system, opening a new era of wealth and opportunity – and conflict. His nonfiction books, such as IMMORTALITY and FAINT ECHOES, DISTANT STARS have been honored by organizations such as the American Librarians’ Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has won six Science Fiction Achievement Awards (Hugos) and many other awards for writing.

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Exiles Trilogy 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Very good book very well written leaves you hoping for more
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't be misled by the eBook publication date (2012)- the first book of the trilogy was first published in 1971... and it shows. Some sci-fi has aged well but not "Exiles." Modern trends in genetics, computing and astroscience are glaringly different than Bova's imaginings. If that was the only flaw I probably could have gotten over it but the plot, characters and dialogue were all sub par as well. I struggled to get through.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best sci fi i read in a while very refreshing