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I have always enjoyed Dickson. His ideas of how mankind might develop have a strong ring of potential truth to them. There have been criticisms of his depiction of women. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Finsch
A vision of the inner workings of man seeking that forever goal...to go beyond the limits all feel imposed on themselves in this frail shell we call Self. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Dorsai series by Dickson is some of the best Military Sci Fi around. Get the whole series and read in order.Published 7 months ago by Rocklin D. Lyons
The story starts well enough, but in the middle there is a really long and rather tortuous wandering about to justify the heroes ability to spontaneously reincarnate, and why he... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kevin
Of the books in this series that I have read thus far, this one is by far the hardest to stick to. There are certainly some parts that have rousing interest and adventure, but the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joseph Polk
The Final Encyclopedia is the culmination of all the other previous books in the Childe Cycle series. In it, Mr. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
Mr Dickson was a good author in all things Dorsai, I just wish I could locate more original hardback of individual novels. One must be aware Dickson has Prequels.Published 17 months ago by Lonnie Stepp
Very extensive character development and logical progression of a good story. Some mix of mysticism that may not work well.Published 18 months ago by James Allen
I am re-reading the series, yet this reads as it did the first time. A bit heavy on the fantasy stuff, and (not to spoil alert those considering), the explanation of the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Greg Salcedo