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Way Station

A book by Clifford D. Simak

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  • Feb 23, 2011

This is perhaps Simak's best, though I prefer City to Way Station.  It could be called a 'cold war' book, but I think it's better to look at it as an examination of how one person comes to understand the (now commonly voiced) opinion that with great power comes great responsibility
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review by . February 08, 2010
Enoch Wallace is 124 years old, the last survivor of the Civil War, living as a recluse in the woods of southwest Wisconsin. For reasons of their own, aliens have selected Enoch to run an inter-stellar way station, a hub of their galactic transportation network that enables aliens from planets across the galaxy to travel instantaneously from one star system to another. Because the aliens have decided that mankind and earth are not yet ready for membership in this galactic federation, Enoch must …
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