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Worlds to conquer the authorized biography of steve reeves - No More Worlds to Conquer | Francis James Franklin (Alina.


The universe contains billions upon billions of galaxies, and many of those galaxies contain multiple billions of planets. Perhaps, among those planets, there are worlds where people can reside.

New Worlds to Conquer is a sequel to A Button in the Fabric of Time, about Gus, a twenty-first century engineer, who travels into the thirty-first century. There he meets a beautiful woman, marries her, and works with her to produce a—heaven on earth—where people never grow old.

To save Earth for productive use, people live in cities of glass, floating on the ocean. Each city contains forty levels, and people travel in transportation devices at the speed of thought. Robots do the work, but people supervise the robots.

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What do you do next if you have walked on the moon, scored the first perfect 10 in Olympic competition, or become the first person to break the sound barrier? How do you move on after you have survived being captain of a crashed airliner or spent five and a half years chained to a prison wall in Beirut?

There are many people who will forever be known for a single moment. No matter what they do with the rest of their lives, it won’t change the fact that the first line of their Wikipedia entry, the core of their biography and the opening line of their inevitable obituary, is already written. So how does one step beyond such a thing? More of the same? A total change of direction? Misery and depression?

This book shows how the story is different for everyone, from the astronauts who turned to painting or business or aliens or booze, to the World Cup-winning footballer who became an undertaker or the ballooning pioneer who spent decades trying to help other people break his own record. But each of them has grappled with the same challenge of finding meaning after a defining moment, of turning the rest of their lives into something other than a footnote.

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The universe contains billions upon billions of galaxies, and many of those galaxies contain multiple billions of planets. Perhaps, among those planets, there are worlds where people can reside.

New Worlds to Conquer is a sequel to A Button in the Fabric of Time, about Gus, a twenty-first century engineer, who travels into the thirty-first century. There he meets a beautiful woman, marries her, and works with her to produce a—heaven on earth—where people never grow old.

To save Earth for productive use, people live in cities of glass, floating on the ocean. Each city contains forty levels, and people travel in transportation devices at the speed of thought. Robots do the work, but people supervise the robots.

The universe contains billions upon billions of galaxies, and many of those galaxies contain multiple billions of planets. Perhaps, among those planets, there are worlds where people can reside.

New Worlds to Conquer is a sequel to A Button in the Fabric of Time, about Gus, a twenty-first century engineer, who travels into the thirty-first century. There he meets a beautiful woman, marries her, and works with her to produce a—heaven on earth—where people never grow old.

To save Earth for productive use, people live in cities of glass, floating on the ocean. Each city contains forty levels, and people travel in transportation devices at the speed of thought. Robots do the work, but people supervise the robots.

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The universe contains billions upon billions of galaxies, and many of those galaxies contain multiple billions of planets. Perhaps, among those planets, there are worlds where people can reside.

New Worlds to Conquer is a sequel to A Button in the Fabric of Time, about Gus, a twenty-first century engineer, who travels into the thirty-first century. There he meets a beautiful woman, marries her, and works with her to produce a—heaven on earth—where people never grow old.

To save Earth for productive use, people live in cities of glass, floating on the ocean. Each city contains forty levels, and people travel in transportation devices at the speed of thought. Robots do the work, but people supervise the robots.

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What do you do next if you have walked on the moon, scored the first perfect 10 in Olympic competition, or become the first person to break the sound barrier? How do you move on after you have survived being captain of a crashed airliner or spent five and a half years chained to a prison wall in Beirut?

There are many people who will forever be known for a single moment. No matter what they do with the rest of their lives, it won’t change the fact that the first line of their Wikipedia entry, the core of their biography and the opening line of their inevitable obituary, is already written. So how does one step beyond such a thing? More of the same? A total change of direction? Misery and depression?

This book shows how the story is different for everyone, from the astronauts who turned to painting or business or aliens or booze, to the World Cup-winning footballer who became an undertaker or the ballooning pioneer who spent decades trying to help other people break his own record. But each of them has grappled with the same challenge of finding meaning after a defining moment, of turning the rest of their lives into something other than a footnote.




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