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I recommend everyone read all of huxely's books.
I believe these authors want to show that reading books is one of the greatest ways to grow in life and nobody from those stories was interested in this fact.
To look to the future of society is to read Brave New World and Ape and Essence, and figure out where we are headed.
Huxley is a modern day prophet. His insights about nationalism and progress speak volumes to our current society. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ken
It's so old that each page literally falls off when I turn it. It is very upsetting because each page is amazing and then wabam, I'm disappointed that it is torn. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sofia Ramos-Hidalgo
Written in 1948, this less-known Huxley novel could easily have been written this year. A very enjoyable read.Published 7 months ago by John Hatley
A good read, but at times felt uninspired. Similar to Brave New World, so if you enjoyed Huxley's other offering, this may quench your thirst for defying an assimilated and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Josh Weston
Apes are holding Einsteins by the ropes in both fighting sides. The same apes are trying to create a new society after the nuclear war. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Aistis Zidanavicius
Huxley's denunciation of mankind! Well-written and well-conceived.
In this novel humankind's most precious institutions are torn asunder and revealed as the perversions of... Read more
Ape and Essence is a product of the early Cold War period's nuclear annihilation paranoia coupled with author Aldous Huxley's personal demons. Read morePublished 16 months ago by M. Buzalka
This book was in VERY VERY POOR condition. I love books and have been known to find some wear and tear in a book charming but this book has a broken cover poorly held together... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sarah
I recommend everyone read all of huxely's books. But especially read this one. This is a post apocalyptic story about a doctor who gets taken prisoner by a tribe of savages, and... Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Jonathon M. Krzywicki