Armchair fiction presents extra large editions of the best in classic science fiction novels and short stories. Here’s a top-of-the-line novel by one of sci-fi’s most heralded authors, Robert Silverberg. Against the night sky, the nearly completed World’s Fair Satellite gleamed like a shiny new penny. You could see it even with low-powered field glasses as it moved in its stately orbit around the Earth: a giant copper-hued globe, the biggest space satellite ever constructed. The Fair’s opening day—October 12, 1992—was only some six weeks away. And in very much less time than that, Bill Hastings was going to be up there to begin his year in space. From every loudspeaker in Denver Spaceport came the booming message: “Attention, passengers for Flight 100 Special Transit to the World’s Fair. Boarding has now begun…” Don’t miss this tremendous sequel to “Regan’s Planet.” Our special thanks to Robert Silverberg for making these sci-fi classic available. Complete with new introduction by Mr. Silverberg.