|DAW paperback, 1972. Cover by Jack Gaughan.|
"The generation born and raised within the first starship seemed increasingly strange to the Earth-born crew, their own parents. There was a growing gap between them, an alienation none of the psychological planners had provided for.
When the vast ship reached its destination, the crisis came to a head. Then, for the first time, the great schemes and dreams of Earth to colonize the universe were confronted by the reality of humans whose natural habitat was interstellar space only. They, too, had their dreams - and they were not of planets.
John Brunner, one of the great masters of science fiction and winner of honors and awards on two continents, makes this just one of the three unusual science fiction themes in his new book."
No Other Gods But Me