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Apollo Quartet 5: A Visit to the National Air and Space Museum

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And so here it is, the, er, fifth installment in the Apollo Quartet. Its official title is Coda: A Visit to the National Air and Space Museum. It’s 7,000 words long, approximately, so technically a short story (which means the quartet now comprises all three legitimate lengths of fiction – short story, novella and novel). It has an introduction by Adam Roberts, author of The Thing Itself. It is – well, YDSFMV: Your Definition of SF May Vary.

Don’t forget the rest of the Apollo Quartet – that would be books one to, um, four – are currently available on Kindle and in paperback at a new low price. I am not entirely convinced Coda: A Visit to the National Air and Space Museum makes a great deal of sense without knowledge of them, although it does, I think, sort of read well enough on its own. (But you’ll miss all the jokes, damn it.)

Anyway, here it is.

nasm

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Apollo Quartet 5: A Visit to the National Air and Space Museum

  1. thank you very much, ian,
    would you be so kind the epub version though
    ‘coz it seems not quiet right
    (no more text after the introduction title)
    i guess it’s not thàt experimental ; -)
    anyhoo thanks once again,
    erik.

  2. I used the FBReader but have since opened it in Calibre & there it seems fine indeed,
    sorry for to have bothered you!

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