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Vinge's and Sky
Vinge's novel, A Deepness in the Sky ( 1999 ), is a prequel to A Fire Upon the Deep set 20, 000 years earlier and featuring Pham Nuwen.
Alastair Reynolds's Revelation Space series, Peter F. Hamilton's Void, Night's Dawn and Pandora's Star series, and Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep and A Deepness in the Sky are newer examples of this genre.
Vinge's more recent novel A Deepness in the Sky involves a stateless nonhuman society.
* Invisible Hand, a starship in Vernor Vinge's 1999 novel, " A Deepness in the Sky "

Vinge's and Fire
The poem was referenced in Vernor Vinge's hard science fiction novel A Fire Upon the Deep.
The small size of Usenet in its youthful days, and Spencer's early involvement, made him a well-recognised participant ; this is commemorated in Vernor Vinge's 1992 novel A Fire Upon the Deep.
* Straumli Blight or The Blight, a malevolent quasi-Power in the Vernor Vinge's novel A Fire Upon the Deep

Vinge's and ",
A more limited form of stasis field is the " bobble ", found in Vernor Vinge's Peace Authority setting.
* In Vernor Vinge's 1972 short story " Long Shot ", the story of an attempt at embryo space colonization is told from the point of view of the artificial intelligence bearing the embryo through interstellar space.

Vinge's and was
Vinge's The Cookie Monster was first published in the near-monthly American science fiction magazine Analog ( Oct, 2003 ).

Vinge's and .
Vinge's former wife, Joan D. Vinge, has also written stories in the Zones of Thought universe, based on his notes.
" Other important predecessors include Alfred Bester's two most celebrated novels, The Demolished Man and The Stars My Destination, as well as Vernor Vinge's novella True Names.
Concern about the rapid pace of technological change crystallized around the concept of the technological singularity, popularized by Vernor Vinge's novel Marooned in Realtime and then taken up by other authors.
Vernor Vinge's True Names, published in 1981, imagines a virtual world which is probably the first to represent a metaverse.
From Joan D. Vinge's The Snow Queen.
* The Snow Queen: The fable inspired Joan D. Vinge's science-fantasy novel which added interstellar travel, sea-dwelling sentient mammals, and a galaxy-wide conspiracy to the basic love story.
* Manhattan features in Vernor Vinge's 1985 science-fiction novella The Ungoverned.
In Vernor Vinge's book Marooned in Realtime, flying personal autons, autonomous robotic devices, serve the " High-Techs " as bodyguards or sensory enhancement.
This " something else " is the sum of all human knowledge, a concept similar to Vernor Vinge's technological singularity.
Vinge's characters speculate that the Spiders descend from an ancient star-faring civilization, and that the anti-gravity material and other strange artifacts have connections with that civilization.
* Canberra, a fictional planet mentioned in Vernor Vinge's science fiction books.
Vernor Vinge's short story " The Ungoverned " depicts anarcho-capitalists defending against an invading government.
Example contract corporations in this story include Big Al's Protection Racket ( a police service ) and Justice, Inc. Anarcho-capitalism is also discussed in Vinge's novels The Peace War and Marooned in Realtime, which both occur in the same literary milieu as " The Ungoverned ".

Children and Sky
Usagi has appeared in stories published by Cartoon Books, Oni Press, Sky Dog Press, Wizard Press, and most recently in the benefit book Drawing the Line, the proceeds of which went to Princess Margaret Hospital and The Hospital for Sick Children, both in Toronto, for cancer research.
Another early and long running fixture was Married ... with Children, which ran all through the 1990s, but in the early 2000s the show suddenly disappeared from its regular schedule and has not been screened on any Sky channel since.
This series followed the success of Sky ’ s previous successful missing person series Missing Children: Lorraine Kelly Investigates.
* Tine, an alien race which is the focus of the award-winning novel A Fire Upon the Deep and its sequel Children of the Sky
Children select the area they want to customize by clicking the arrows on the outer ring-you can choose from Sky, Ground, Mountains, and Orbitals ( satellites and moons ) for the four planetary Zones.
* 2006 Bob Sinclar-" World, Hold On ( Children of the Sky )"

Children and sequel
In 1916, " Food For Young Children " along with its sequel for adults, " How to Select Foods " was the first USDA guide to give specific dietary guidelines.
British actor Ian McNeice's interpretation of the Baron in the 2000 Sci-Fi Channel miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune ( and its sequel, 2003's Children of Dune ) is, though dramatic, somewhat lighter and more eloquent in comparison to Lynch's version, and therefore more consistent with the novel.
Children of the Night, another loose sequel, features a much older Mike O ' Rourke, now a Roman Catholic priest, who is sent on a mission to investigate bizarre events in a European city.
A sequel called Children of the Living Dead followed in 2001.
* Les Enfants de Blanche (" Blanche's Children "), a sequel to Blanche et Lucie ( 1982 )
Where Are My Children also had an unofficial sequel, a film called Hand that Rocks the Cradle, also made by Weber and Smalley, in which Weber plays a principal role.
He is a major character in Herbert's Dune ( 1965 ) and Children of Dune ( 1976 ), and appears in some of the prequel and sequel novels by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson.
P. H. Moriarty played the role in the 2000 Sci-Fi Channel TV miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune and its 2003 sequel, Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
Two of Russell's novels — The Sparrow and its sequel Children of God — have as their subject first contact with aliens.
Saskia Reeves played the role in the 2000 Sci-Fi Channel TV miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune, and was succeeded by Alice Krige in the 2003 sequel, Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
The eventual outcome of this is more fully detailed in the sequel, Beowulf's Children.
* The world-famous deer Bambi ( the eponymous character of the books Bambi, A Life in the Woods, and its sequel Bambi's Children, by Felix Salten ) is originally a roe deer.
Salten released a sequel, Bambis Kinder, eine Familie im Walde ( Bambi's Children ), in 1939.
Mohiam is portrayed by Siân Phillips in David Lynch's 1984 film Dune, and by Zuzana Geislerová in the 2000 miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune and its 2003 sequel Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
Chani is portrayed by actress Sean Young in David Lynch's Dune ( 1984 ), and by Barbora Kodetová in the 2000 miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune and its 2003 sequel, Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
Shadows Alive, a future sequel, takes place after both Children of the Mind and Shadows in Flight, tying up the two series, and explaining some unanswered questions.
* The Return of the Psammead 1993 sequel to Five Children and It
A 2003 sequel miniseries called Frank Herbert's Children of Dune continued the story, adapting the second and third novels in the series ( 1969's Dune Messiah and its 1976 sequel Children of Dune ).
For Advent Children, the film sequel to Final Fantasy VII, script writer Kazushige Nojima thought that the film's plot would be less entertaining without Sephiroth.
Mundos en el Abismo ( Worlds in the Abyss ) and its sequel Hijos de la Eternidad ( Children of Eternity ) combine a plot typical of space opera with elements of hard science fiction.
He has voiced Cloud in the game Kingdom Hearts and its sequel, Kingdom Hearts II, as well as in the CGI movie Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and the video games Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Dissidia: Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy.

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