Robert A. Heinlein

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United States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)

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Despite a few flaws, Lock In drew comparisons to Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and Michael Crichton, and as a high-stakes mystery set in an inventive high-tech society, it should have wide appeal among readers.
Anybody who grew up reading golden-age science fiction authors like Robert Heinlein and Harry Harrison will immediately feel at home in the world of the Helium-3 novels.
Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Theodore Sturgeon, Ray Bradbury).
He also enjoyed science fiction by Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and others.
Under the photo is a quote from the novel ''If This Goes On,'' a 1940 science-fiction novel by Robert Heinlein that speculates on life in a futuristic American theocratic Christian society.
Several years ago, Tom and Lynn founded The Polite Society, named after a quote by writer Robert Heinlein and popularized by Jeff Cooper--"an armed society is a polite society.
As much as I like Cadigan's work, I was hoping for one of the futures of hyperindividualism and self-reliance predicted by Robert Heinlein or, even better, a Robert Sheckley future (I could use a good laugh).
It started with Robert Heinlein, where I read Farnham's Freehold and Starship Troopers along with his other books laced with an added layer of social comment built into them.
van Vogt, the fiction of Robert Heinlein, the much lesser known H.
STUPIDITY CANNOT BE CURED WITH MONEY, or through education, or by legislation," writes author Robert Heinlein in his novel Time Enough for Love.
Libertarians' literary heroes are Ayn Rand and Robert Heinlein, whose Atlas Shrugged and The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress are respectively referenced above.
6) Edward Neumeier, Starship Troopers, based on the novel by Robert Heinlein, 1996, p.
Le Guin to the grand entertainments of Robert Heinlein, Arthur C.
Maybe Robert Heinlein was right when he said "An armed society is a polite society"?