The Resource The gods themselves
- The gods themselves
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- Isaac Asimov
- "In the year 2100, mankind on Earth, settlers in a lunar colony and aliens from the para-universe, a strange universe parallel in time to our own, are faced with a race against time to prevent total destruction of the Earth. The invention of the Inter-Universe Electron Pump has threatened the rate of hydrogen fusion in the sun, leading, inevitably, to the possibilty of a vast explosion -- and the vapourisation of the Earth exactly eight minutes later." -- Product description
- Hugo Award for Best Novel, 1973.
- Nebula Award for Best Novel, 1972.
- Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, 1973.
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