Into The Sun An imaginative and influential short story from an early contributor to the science fiction genre An insight into early science fiction full of marvelous imagination and rare scientific genius reachi

  • Title: Into The Sun
  • Author: Robert Duncan Milne
  • ISBN: 9781471252211
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Audiobook
  • An imaginative and influential short story from an early contributor to the science fiction genre An insight into early science fiction, full of marvelous imagination and rare scientific genius reaching far beyond the author s time A comet approaching the Sun causes a tremendous solar explosion, with horrific consequences for Earth and its people In San Francisco, as dayAn imaginative and influential short story from an early contributor to the science fiction genre An insight into early science fiction, full of marvelous imagination and rare scientific genius reaching far beyond the author s time A comet approaching the Sun causes a tremendous solar explosion, with horrific consequences for Earth and its people In San Francisco, as daylight, and the Sun s dangerous rays approach, the scientist who predicted the collision and the narrator attempt escape in a balloon.

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    638 thoughts on “Into The Sun”

    1. A nice short story on the apocalyptic theme The story started out slowly, but picked up the pace once the background concept was set The ending was good and felt real and I was pleasantly surprised by it as I wasn t expecting it at all I guess reading Jules Verne s stories makes you believe that anything is possible I liked the descriptions quite a lot as they were simple yet effective The writing was better than most of the other classic science fiction books that belong to the same era I d rec [...]


    2. Really enjoyed this It s a bit like a nuclear holocaust dystopia, from before humans knew what nuclear was It suffered from the same two dimensional characters and boring set up that a lot of sort sci fi stories from this time period do, but the pay off was well worth it.


    3. Interesting, short, and with an ending similar to those of Arthur C Clarke s stories I could imagine it all vividly.


    4. The descriptiveness of this story was so spot on that I could see the entire scene played out before my own eye What a very terrifying apocalyptic story



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