From the Back Cover
Minds, Machines, & Evolution brings together seventeen of James P. Hogan's finest short works. Here are such haunting and fanciful excursions into the future as "Silver Shoes for a Princess," the moving story of the tender relationship between a child and a robot; "Assassin," an uncanny tale about the all-too-likely terrors of cloning; "Neander-Tale," an amusingly pointed satire about the inventive but misunderstood caveman named Og; and "Inside Story," an astounding new slant on political conspiracy
In this exciting new volume, you'll also find some of James P. Hogan's most intriguing and important nonfiction to date, including essays on nuclear energy, artificial intelligence, and scientific mysticism--as well as revealing autobiographical sketches that bring you behind-the-scenes of a master imagination at work.
So get ready, Minds, Machines, and Evolution is an exhilarating adventure of both mind and spirit -- a unique odyssey into the world of one of the major science fiction writers of our time.