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Publisher's Summary

Edmond Moore Hamilton was a popular science-fiction author during the "Golden Age" of American science fiction."The Stars, My Brothers" is considered one of his best, and certainly most imaginative, stories. A spaceman is killed in space and frozen. He is left orbiting the space station where he was killed in the hope that a method will be found to bring him back to life. That day finally comes a hundred years later, when he awakens to a very different world and comes to realize he has become both a symbol and a pawn in a human/alien conflict.
©2009 Jimcin Recordings (P)2009 Jimcin Recordings
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5 out of 5 stars
By Empowerment on 10-12-09

Good story

Good sci-fi story. Has a message about tolerance as well but it's done in an unobtrusive way i.e. not preachy. Reader was pretty good as well.

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