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Returning to his bestselling Gateway universe for the first time in nearly twenty years, Frederik Pohl has written a science fiction novel to captivate the readers who helped Gateway and Beyond the Blue Event Horizon win the Hugo Award for Best Novel. If you actually enjoyed reading about Rob Broadhead in the first novel, The Gateway then you’ll certainly enjoy Beyond the Blue Event Horizon much more. Our Privacy Notice has been updated to explain how we use cookies, which you accept by continuing to use this website. The 1972 magazine story was illustrated by Jack Gaughan[4] and the 1990 collection by Frank Kelly Freas.[1][1]. Broadhead hits the jackpot by becoming the first person to return from a black hole's event horizon. Gateway (1977) Beyond the Blue Event Horizon (1980) Heechee Rendezvous (1984) The Annals of the Heechee (1987) The Boy Who Would Live Forever (1990) Publication Order of Heechee Collections. Too bad nobody knows who this guy is around here, he's my favorite author. ^ a b 21.6, issue 161 (Jul–Aug 1972)Worlds of If publication contents at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Among his many novels are Gateway, which won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award, the Hugo Award, the Locus SF Award, and the Nebula Award, Beyond the Blue Event Horizon, which was a finalist for the Hugo and Nebula Awards, and Jem, which won the 1980 National Book Award in Science Fiction.

To withdraw your consent, see Your Choices. How to reproduce this mandala with Mathematica? Heechees focus their law enforcement efforts on catching criminals while they are having perverse thoughts. Rob Broadhead is almost obscenely wealthy thanks to his Gateway mission and he’s just guilt-ridden enough so as to be underwriting several projects for the benefit of human beings. In the main part of the series, the frontier has moved away from Venus after explorers discovered an asteroid orbiting perpendicular to the ecliptic plane, filled with cobalt blue tunnels, and hundreds of small Heechee spaceships. “Heechee” refers to an alien race who are extremely advanced and able to travel throughout space, having explored Earth thousands of years ago and then disappearing without a trace. Once again, Robinette Broadhead returns as the main character, this time within a world that suffers from strife; from frequent terrorist activities, to mass hunger, the world is detailed as flawed, in light of the advancements made possible by the technology of the Heechee. Beyond the Blue Event Horizon . The events in that book set up the start of Ring, which I'm reading now (I'm reading in publication order, and have read Raft and Flux as well). In addition to the Food Factory, the Heechee created a number of devices that the Earth people discovered and used, including: Galaxy Science Fiction, Arthur C. Clarke, National Book Award, Cyril M. Kornbluth, Palatine, Illinois, Science, Ursula K. Le Guin, Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, Extraterrestrial life, Soviet Union, United States, Solar System, Mercury (planet), Earth, Galaxy science fiction, Robert A. W. Lowndes, World War II, Authority control, Isaac Asimov, Diamond, Graphite, Solar system, Coal, /anolanthanide Chemistry, Frederik Pohl, Jack Williamson, Cyril M. Kornbluth, United States, English language, Star Trek, StarCraft, Science fiction, C. J. Cherryh, Bungie, Frederik Pohl, Arthur C. Clarke, Ursula K. Le Guin, Science fiction, Cyril M. Kornbluth, Star Wars, Great Wall of China, Space elevator, Star Trek, Beijing,

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