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Master of Life and Death

by Robert Silverberg

This timeless masterpiece takes readers on an extraordinary journey through time and space, blending futuristic concepts with philosophical questions about the nature of humanity. First published in 1977, Master of Life and Death showcases Silverberg's remarkable storytelling prowess and his ability to craft thought-provoking narratives. With its enduring relevance, the book continues to captivate readers and inspire a sense of wonder. In this mesmerizing tale, Silverberg introduces us to Dr. Paul Howard, a brilliant scientist on the verge of a groundbreaking discovery. Driven by his insatiable curiosity and thirst for knowledge, he embarks on an audacious experiment that challenges the very boundaries of life and death. As the consequences of his actions unfold, readers are immersed in a world where morality, ethics, and the essence of human existence are put to the test. Silverberg's vivid descriptions bring the futuristic setting to life, transporting readers to a realm filled with advanced technologies and complex moral dilemmas. The narrative explores profound themes such as the pursuit of immortality, the limitations of science, and the delicate balance between playing God and embracing one's own mortality. Master of Life and Death is a timeless classic that continues to resonate with readers of all generations. It serves as a reminder of our own humanity and the ethical considerations we face as we advance in our understanding of life and the universe. Whether you are a science fiction enthusiast or a lover of philosophical exploration, this novel is sure to captivate your imagination and leave a lasting impression on your mind and soul.

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Robert Silverberg

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Robert Silverberg is an American author and editor, best known for writing science fiction. He is a multiple winner of both Hugo and Nebula Awards, a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of...

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