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Edge of Infinity


Contains "The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi" by Pat Cadigan, which won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette (2013) and the Locus Award for SF Best Novelette (2013).

"One giant leap for mankind". Those were Neil Armstrong's immortal words when he became the first human being to step onto another world. All at once, the horizon expanded; the human race was no longer Earthbound.

Our destiny would now be to reach out to eternity. Brought to you by the creators of Engineering Infinity, Edge of Infinity is an exhilarating new SF anthology that looks at the next giant leap for humankind: the leap from our home world out into the Solar System. From the eerie transformations in Pat Cadigan's The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi to the frontier spirit of Sandra McDonald and Stephen D. Covey's The Road to NPS, and from the grandiose vision of Alastair Reynolds' Vainglory to the workaday familiarity of Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Safety Tests, the thirteen stories in this anthology span the whole of the human condition in their race to colonise Earth's nearest neighbours.

"The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi" by Pat Cadigan
"The Deeps of the Sky" by Elizabeth Bear
"Drive" by James S. A. Corey
"The Road to NPS" by Sandra McDonald and Stephen D. Covey
"Swift as a Dream and Fleeting as a Sigh" by John Barnes
"Macy Minnot’s Last Christmas on Dione, Ring Racing, Fiddler’s Green, the Potter’s Garden" by Paul McAuley
"Safety Tests" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"Bricks, Sticks, Straw" by Gwyneth Jones
"Tyche and the Ants" by Hannu Rajaniemi
"Obelisk" by Stephen Baxter
"Vainglory" by Alastair Reynolds
"Water Rights" by An Owomoyela
"The Peak of Eternal Light" by Bruce Sterling

Title:Edge of Infinity
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:373 pages

    Edge of Infinity Reviews

  • Andreas
    Jul 13, 2014

    This Hard SF novelette was originially published in Edge of Infinity and won the Hugo and Locus novelette awards 2013. I've read it as part of The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirtieth Annual Collect...

  • Liviu
    Nov 27, 2012

    Finished the anthology which i bought 2 days ago for the Baxter/Reynolds/McAuley stories and they delivered“The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi” by Pat Cadigan- nothing for me here as the author...

  • James
    Oct 22, 2012

    An anthology of stories that I bought, and read, pretty much on the basis of the James S.A. Corey story, Drive. I'm loving Corey's Expanse series but I'm reading them faster than he's writing them, so...

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)
    Jul 07, 2013

    Nominated for the 2013 Hugo Award for novelette.I really like this story for the questions it asks. Would you change your species to survive in space?And going out for sushi isn't what you think. Defi...

  • Tudor Ciocarlie
    Oct 28, 2012

    Best anthology of 2012 with great stories by Pat Cadigan, Elizabeth Bear, James S.A. Corey, John Barnes, Paul McAuley, Gwyneth Jones, Hannu Rajaniemi and Alastair Reynolds....

  • Alytha
    Jul 30, 2012

    “The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi” by Pat Cadigan- Interesting ideas, but unfortunately doesn't bother to explain basically anything, so it gets a bit deliberately confusing.“The Deeps of t...

  • Michael Burnam-Fink
    Feb 04, 2013

    This is an amazing collection of contemporary space-oriented scifi, mostly bent towards the weird, optimistic, and humanistic. Mosts fans will probably pick this up on the strength of a favorite name ...

  • Krbo
    Feb 03, 2015

    OK pričica, ništ' posebno...

  • DMS
    Nov 28, 2012


  • G33z3r
    Jan 03, 2013

    This anthology of stories based in near future in the solar system, featuring a hard SF theme, had a number of really entertaining stories (and a few puzzling ones.)"The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Su...