The Cosmic Computer


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      “The Cosmic Computer” is a science fiction novel written by H. Beam Piper, first published in 1963. Set in a distant future where humanity has colonized various planets, the story follows Conn Maxwell, who returns to his home planet of Poictesme to find it in decline. Determined to revive the planet’s economy, Conn embarks on a quest to uncover the fabled supercomputer known as Merlin, rumored to hold vast knowledge and power.


      As Conn delves deeper into the mysteries surrounding Merlin, he encounters various challenges and adversaries, including competing factions vying for control of the technology. Alongside his allies, including his love interest, Patricia, and his friend, Dr. Warburton, Conn navigates through political intrigue and technological obstacles in his quest to locate and activate Merlin. Throughout the narrative, Conn explores themes of ambition, exploration, and the consequences of technological advancement, grappling with the ethical implications of wielding such immense power.

      Piper’s skillful world-building and compelling storytelling captivate readers, transporting them to a future universe teeming with adventure and intrigue. “The Cosmic Computer” is a thought-provoking exploration of humanity’s relationship with technology and the enduring quest for knowledge and progress in the face of adversity.

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      Publisher :

      Series : Con 2024

      First Publication Date : 1963

      Author : H. Beam Piper

      Genres: Classics, Fantasy, Fiction, Novel, Science Fiction

      Language : English

      Word Count : 67,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Author Info

      H. Beam Piper

      H. Beam Piper (1904-1964), an American science fiction author, left an indelible mark on the genre with his imaginative storytelling and compelling narratives. Born Henry Beam Piper, he displayed an early passion for literature and science fiction, which would later define his career. Piper's works often explored themes of time travel, parallel universes, and the intricate workings of human societies, captivating readers with their inventive plots and vivid world-building.
      Throughout his prolif… Read More

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