Life in a Thousand Worlds

William Shuler HARRIS (1865 - ?)

A jolly romp, which could be perhaps be described as Gulliver’s Travels Through Our Solar System and Beyond, as written by a great admirer of C. S. Lewis, on a rainy Sunday afternoon, after one too many mugs of cocoa. Includes some thought on alien philosophies and how to apply them to moral and social problems here on Planet Earth.

Unrelated to the book, this was also the one-thousandth project to be started at LibriVox. — (Non-summary by Cori Samuel.)

Genre(s): Science Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Preface and Introduction Cori Samuel
00:06:46
Play 01 01 - Are There More Worlds Than One? Esther
00:08:25
Play 02 02 - A Visit to the Moon Chris Chapman
00:24:13
Play 03 03 - A Visit to Mars Esther
00:18:18
Play 04 04 - A Glimpse of Jupiter Tammy Sanders
00:24:59
Play 05 05 - Beautiful Saturn Lizzie Driver
00:14:55
Play 06 06 - The Nearest Fixed Star Lizzie Driver
00:11:02
Play 07 07 - The Water World Visited Alex Buie
00:14:09
Play 08 08 - Tor-tu Leonie Rose
00:16:17
Play 09 09 - A Problem in Political Economy Esther
00:13:52
Play 10 10 - Floating Cities Leonie Rose
00:14:29
Play 11 11 - A World of Ideal Cities Esther
00:15:46
Play 12 12 - A World Enjoying Its Millennium Lizzie Driver
00:13:22
Play 13 13 - A World of High Medical Knowledge Sarah Jennings
00:12:06
Play 14 14 - A World of Low Life Laura Koskinen
00:10:16
Play 15 15 - A World of Highest Invention Leonie Rose
00:19:54
Play 16 16 - A Singular Planet Lizzie Driver
00:14:00
Play 17 17 - The Diamond World Kevin McAsh
00:18:21
Play 18 18 - Triumphant Feat of Orion Kevin McAsh
00:08:09
Play 19 19 - The Mute World Kirsten Ferreri
00:13:26
Play 20 20 - Brief Leonie Rose
00:11:36
Play 21 21 - The Life on Wings Lizzie Driver
00:22:09
Play 22 22 - Heaven Sean McGaughey
00:18:47