A Voice in the Night
A Voice in the Night by Jack McDevitt is a collection of Jack McDevitt’s sci-fi stories published in the last couple of decades. Each story takes the reader through different worlds, some eerily similar to the world we live in, some nothing like the one we are living in. The subjects of the stories range from alternate universes (or alternate timelines) to the lives of two people living on the moon, as well as many other stories.
A Voice in the Night is unlike a lot of other books in its genre, and, as a reader, it kept me guessing until the end of each story. The way that Jack McDevitt wrote each story makes you want to read on just to find out how each story ends. Each story in A Voice in the Dark is unique and left me with the question, “Would this actually happen in this timeline, or did it happen in another?”
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|Author||Jack McDevitt • Edward Miller, Illustrator|
|Page Count||464 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|