Tower of Dreams
By Jamil Nasir
(Bantam Spectra; 231 pages; $5.99 paperback)

Is there any other literary form that requires as much authorial imagination as science fiction? Forced to deal not only with the usual demands and constraints of plotting and characterization, the science fiction writer must also conjure up a vision of the future that is both believable and entertaining.

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