Glory Road by Robert Heinlein:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Glory Road is a (mostly) fantasy novel by Robert A. Heinlein published in 1963. Heinlein said that this book only took several weeks to write and was a lot of fun (other works such as Stranger in a Strange Land took several years to write and were more difficult).

Readers will also have fun with this book, an alternative universe yarn in which they will meet Oscar, recently discharged from the service, the Queen of the Universe in search of the Egg of the Phoenix and Rufo, faithful retainer. Select an invention:

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