Once again, Malzberg rewrites the history of NASA’s space program along with our solar system and the universe.
“One human being is nothing, no matter the investment, no matter the relationship, no matter the circumstances; in the long run, we must essentially take a cheap view of human life if we are to get anywhere.” (p. 80)
“We have no business out here…nothing can justify this horror…I have had this enormous insight into everything. Things are not worth the price we pay.” (p. 17)
“I’ve never had much use for science fiction.” (p. 53)