A Voyage to Arcturus
by David Lindsay
Publisher: Feedbooks 1920
Number of pages: 249
One of the most revered classics of science fiction, it has inspired, enchanted, and unsettled readers for decades. It is simultaneously an epic quest across one of the most unusual and brilliantly depicted alien worlds ever conceived, a profoundly moving journey of discovery into the metaphysical heart of the universe, and a shockingly intimate excursion into what makes us human and unique.
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