“Just about any work by Simak deserves to be considered a classic and City is no exception. . . . A unique perspective on the race of man and a fantastic read.” —SFBook.com
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I had read one of the stories before and it stuck with me for years, through illness, heartbreak, and life. To read the whole collection is spectacular.Published 5 days ago by Donna Riley-lein
I hope/wish that.dog lovers everywhere will read this book. It is the most amazing and creative approach to one possible future I have ever read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dave Carver
This book was a dissapointment to me. I have read many of Clifford D. Simak's other stories and loved them, but this book had a strange plot that never engaged me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tony Marquise Jr.
In City, Clifford Simak imagined a future in which cities are dying. In early parts of the novel, cities are being abandoned as people flee to the country, where they can live like... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TChris
I've been reading sic-fi for almost 40 years and here I found concepts I have never seen before. I'm not a fan of short stories--I like a wide, deep, rich world to lose myself... Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. Weisbeck
If this is great science fiction, I must be missing something because this was so far-fetched as to be boringPublished 2 months ago by Jann B
Great story line , how have I never heard of this writer ? Feeling I'm reading a movie front to back...Gets the pre-apocalypse sense of the '50s in focus...Published 2 months ago by fred