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Underwood, Dennis
Stories from the archive and other tales / by D. James Underwood
Charleston, SC. : [CreateSpace], c2013
book jacket
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 Faculty authors/1st floor  PS3621.N33 S7 2013    AVAILABLE
Faculty author: Dennis Underwood
Gift from Dennis Underwood, 2014
Subject(s) Data libraries -- Fiction
Extraterrestrial beings -- Fiction
Subject Milky Way -- Fiction
Subject(s) Science fiction
Short stories
Fantasy fiction
Physical Description 186 p. ; 21 cm
Note Publisher name is from Amazon order information
Contents Stories from the Archive The tourists -- The Johnson kids -- The skimmer -- The trippers -- The academics -- The clerics -- The data drivers -- Other tales Stonehenge -- Blue vase -- Savior -- Walking -- The door into yesterday -- A perfect summer day -- Blue -- Lost -- The new people -- To cleave unto me
Summary A collection of science fiction/fantasy stories. The first seven stories are tied to a loose cooperative of alien species that reside in the Sagittarius arm of the Milky Way galaxy and their massive storage device called The Archive. The Archive is a huge quantum-state storage system that contains everything each species has ever recorded in any format. Everything, no matter how trivial is stored in The Archives. The rest of the stories in this book stand on their own
NOTE Faculty author: Dennis Underwood
Gift from Dennis Underwood
Alternate Author Library donation, 2014

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