Robert J. Sawyer

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Robert J. Sawyer

Robert James Sawyer (born 29 April 1960) is a Canadian science fiction writer, dubbed "the dean of Canadian science fiction" by the Ottawa Citizen in 1999. He describes himself as a "hard science-fiction writer." His work often delves into metaphysics, à la Arthur C. Clarke, and philosophy; he very much comes from the school that says science fiction is the literature of ideas.


  • Learning to ignore things is one of the great paths to inner peace.
    • Calculating God
  • Not wanting to die was another universal constant, it seemed.
    • Calculating God
  • You can't choose the ways in which you'll be tested.
    • Calculating God

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