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"One of the grand masters of science fiction." --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Robert A. Heinlein was the greatest science fiction writer who ever lived. His novels have been translated into every literate language on the globe, with over 25 million Heinlein books in print in this country alone. His Hugo-winning novel Starship Troopers was the basis for the recent hit movie. In a career spanning half a century, he wrote over forty books, and four of his novels won Hugo Awards, an unequalled record. He has repeatedly topped polls of science fiction readers for "best writer" and "favorite writer." To three generations of readers, Heinlein is science fiction. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.
Heinlein was an odd duck. When he was good, he was great. Hardly
anyone could touch him. But when he was bad, he was terrible. Read more
When all is said and done, you can't help respecting Robert Heinlein. The man knew what he wanted to say, and by jiminy he went out there and said it... Read morePublished on June 2 2001
If you are a hard-core devotee of Robert A. Heinlein's literature (not a casual fan, or someone who thought that Stranger In A Strange Land was "pretty cool") then your... Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2001 by Bill R. Moore
This is an superior collection of fiction and non-fiction. Two fiction and two non-fiction pieces deserve note. Read morePublished on May 8 2000 by Raymond D. Curry
Yet another work of art from Heinlein himself. I've read some other novels by him (Starship Troopers, The Cat Who Walks Through Walls, Red Planet) and this one is great! Read morePublished on June 10 1998 by Sth Park email@example.com
Expanded Universe is a dynamite collection of some of the best Science Fiction stories ever. Heinlein really opens your eyes to the dangers of the world's present situation. Read morePublished on March 16 1998