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Master of Life and Death

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In "Master of Life and Death" by Robert Silverberg, readers are taken on a mind-bending journey through time and space. The story follows the protagonist, Daniel, as he discovers the ability to manipulate the past, present, and future with a mysterious device known as the "master of life and death."

Silverberg's writing is rich and immersive, drawing readers into a world that is both familiar and fantastical. The concept of being able to change the course of history raises intriguing questions about free will, morality, and the consequences of playing god.

The characters are well-developed and complex, each grappling with their own desires and motivations. Daniel's internal struggle with the power he holds is especially compelling, as he must come to terms with the responsibility that comes with altering the fabric of reality.

Overall, "Master of Life and Death" is a thought-provoking and gripping read that will leave readers pondering the nature of existence long after they have finished the book. Silverberg's masterful storytelling and skillful exploration of philosophical themes make this novel a must-read for fans of science fiction and speculative fiction.

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When Roy Walton becomes the new director of the UN division of population control, after the director is assassinated, he becomes the most hated man in the world. Being Director involved him in not only population control, but a terra-forming project on Venus, and negotiations with aliens. Not only that, but some people were trying to kill him. To stay alive, he had to become The Master of Life and Death. Summary by Dale Grothman.

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