By Robert Silverberg
In The Chalice of Death, Hallam Navarre is tasked through his alien grasp to search out a fabled weapon at the homeworld of a once-mighty, yet long-fallen, empire that's all yet forgotten: a planet known as Earth. In Starhaven, Johnny Mantell is a fugitive who reveals sanctuary on a man-made international run by way of criminals, in simple terms to find that each haven has its fee. And in Shadow at the Stars, Baird Ewing travels to far-off Earth on a determined project to save lots of his colony from rapacious extraterrestrial beings, yet turns into swept up in an even bigger war—a battle in time in addition to space.
As a tender guy, Robert Silverberg was once a technology fiction prodigy, turning out top-flight tales within the blink of an eye fixed. Even in these early years, his prose confirmed facts of the literary and ingenious characteristics that will make him a massive within the box who could move directly to win a number of Hugo and Nebula Awards—as this trio of house adventures attests.