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Vortex
Spin
Robert Charles Wilson
Tor Science Fiction

Vortex tells the story of Turk Findley, the protagonist introduced in Axis, who is transported ten thousand years into the future by the mysterious entities...


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Axis
Spin
Robert Charles Wilson
Tor Science Fiction

The sequel to the Hugo Award-winning SF epic Spin.


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Spin
Spin
Robert Charles Wilson
Tor Science Fiction

Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel: a captivating tale of present-day Earth pitched forward into the universe’s far future


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Robert Charles Wilson dicusses his book, Axis

Wildly praised by readers and critics alike, Robert Charles Wilson's Spin won science fiction's highest honor, the Hugo Award for Best Novel. Now, in Spin's direct sequel, Wilson takes us to the "world next door"--the planet engineered by the mysterious Hypotheticals to support human life, and connected to Earth by way of the Arch that towers hundreds of miles over the Indian Ocean. Humans are colonizing this new world--and, predictably, fiercely exploiting its resources, chiefl

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Vortex by Robert Charles Wilson--Audiobook Excerpt

Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Robert Charles Wilson's science fiction novel Vortex. Vortex tells the story of Turk Findley, the protagonist introduced in Axis, who is transported ten thousand years into the future by the mysterious entities called "the Hypotheticals." In this future, humanity exists on a chain of planets connected by Hypothetical gateways; but Earth itself is a dying world, effectively quarantined. Turk and his young friend Isaac Dvali are taken up by a community of fanatics who

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Robert Charles Wilson

Robert Charles Wilson was born in California and lives in Toronto. His novel Spin won science fiction’s Hugo Award in 2006. Earlier, he won the Philip K. Dick Award for his debut novel A Hidden Place; Canada’s Aurora Award for Darwinia; and the John W. Campbell Award for The Chronoliths.

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