Methuselah's Children

Methuselah's Children

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Methuselah's Children by Robert A. Heinlein, MacLeod Andrews

After the fall of the American Ayatollahs as foretold in Stranger in a Strange Land and chronicled in Revolt in 2100, the United States of America at last fulfills the promise inherent in its first Revolution: for the first time in human history there is a nation with Liberty and Justice for All.

No one may seize or harm the person or property of another, or invade his privacy, or force him to do his bidding. Americans are fiercely proud of their re-won liberties and the blood it cost them; nothing could make them forswear those truths they hold self-evident. Nothing except the promise of immortality…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781455888498
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 07/01/2013
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Robert Anson Heinlein (1907-1988) was an American science-fiction writer. Often called the "dean of science fiction writers", he was an influential and controversial author of the genre in his time. Some of his most popular works include Glory Road, as well as his controversial bestsellers Starship Troopers, Stranger in a Strange Land, and the short story All You Zombies. Heinlein’s books were among the first works of science fiction to reach bestseller status in both hardcover and paperback.

Date of Birth:

July 7, 1907

Date of Death:

May 8, 1988

Place of Birth:

Butler, Missouri

Place of Death:

Carmel, California


Graduate of U.S. Naval Academy, 1929; attended University of California, Los Angeles, 1934, for graduate study in physic

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Methuselah's Children 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Simnia More than 1 year ago
Another good Heinlein read, with more good future-thinking, scientific insights, and psychological insights, all in typical Heinlein style. Although published in 1963, the discussion of how associative memory grows exponentially as experience is added linearly sounds like something from out of an artificial neural networks journal from the '80s: a very accurate prediction on Heinlein's part. The xenophobia of human beings, in this case against fellow humans with long lifespans, still rings true, and is a theme used in Arthur C. Clarke's "2001: A Space Odyssey." Even the innate human quest for challenges to overcome is still being used as a theme today, such as in movies like "The Matrix" and in modern psychological studies on how challenges and abilities need to be carefully matched in order to produce happiness. Heinlein continues to create fascinating and convincing alien societies, in this case a planet populated by intelligent beings with the nature of domesticated dogs, ruled by "gods" who are the equivalent of superintelligent pet owners, and another paradisiacal planet populated by intelligent beings with the character of rabbits. It's all interesting, futuristic, thought-provoking stuff, with enough convincing math and science to make it believable.
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A departure from his Lazarus Long character, and an enjoyable read. Prepare for a new world, a new reading experience. Well worth your time.
slan More than 1 year ago
great reading as are all of heinleins books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The heiein books are always great
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