From two hundred light years across the universe comes a message of terror.
Sir Fred Hoyle taught mathematics and was Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge University, and professor-at-large at Cornell University. He is the author of several books including Nature of the Universe and Frontiers of Astronomy as well as a number of novels and two volumes of autobiography. John Elliot was a leading BBC television producer and writer of other distinguished novels.
This is science fiction at its best. * Sunday Mail *
A For Andromeda... is essential reading for anyone who wants to know what British science fiction was like before the 'New Worlds' writers rose to fame (and before the 'Star Wars' generation infantilised the genre): a time when SF could be both intelligent and popular with a wide audience. -- Amazon Reviewer
A good read. I remember the original BBC version, Julie Christie and all. I have seen the latest version, so it was good to go back to the original book. -- Amazon Reviewer
A first-class novel, original and disturbing. It is a brightly written, really exciting tale with the added inducement of scientific accuracy. * Weekly Science Diary *