Voyage from Yesteryear is a 1982 science fiction novel by the author James P. Hogan. It explores themes of anarchism and the appropriateness of certain social values in the context of high-technology. The inspiration for the novel was the contention that the ongoing conflict in Northern Ireland had no immediate practical solution, and could only be solved if the children of one generation were somehow separated from their parents, and hence did not learn any of their prejudices.
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Hogan's best and deepest story
As good as I remembered
Nice early Hogan book, not one of his best, but not his worst either. Entertaining story, glad I listened to it.
Fine performance, EXCEPT he consistently puts the emphasis on the second syllable of "Terrans" (e.g., "tear-anns"), and he pauses in weird locations in the middle of sentences. Both these things can be distracting.
- Christopher Weuve