What If You Could Create Worlds, But Don’t Know Who to Trust? The Dust of Stars by Robert E. Vardeman

Find the on button for technology and see what happens in Dust of Stars.

The Science Fiction & Fantasy Bookstore

Kate says… In this galactic empire, vast ships crewed by humans and aliens can custom-build entire solar systems. A story with ancient alien technology, a brave captain, betrayal, sabotage, pirates, space-battles, and an Indiana Jones-like quest to kick the whole thing off.

I especially like the sapient robot configured from a constantly changing pile of cubes. There’s also a Squishy, and I’ll let you read the story to learn about that being. While humanoid aliens are fun, I appreciate something different too.

If you’re looking for an adventure, this short novel is a fun read. I even like the name of the world-building company: Engineering Infinity.

Arthur C. Clarke said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. As I sit here, typing at my laptop with my cell phone by my side, I already have technologies that are magic to me. Imagine a civilization that existed…

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