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A great look at the implicit biases people hold, especially those encouraged by a prejudicial society.Published 17 days ago by Frisco
It was rather surprising to see the balkanization of America. Posing the acceptance or rejection of AP-s (artificial persons) may not be an isue in the far future. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Istvan Nemes
This was very unique read and one of the more politically interesting of Robert Heinlein's books. It delves into the basic ethical dilemmas surrounding the equality of people on a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leah Jimmerson
Heinlein is awesome! It's as if he saw the world of the future back in 1979!Published 5 months ago by Jason Paul Starr
such a fun read. this book was my intro to Heinlein...my dad gave it to me to read.... I've read it again 30 years later and loved it all over again. Girl Power!Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Friday would have been a throwback to Heinlein's "juveniles" of the 50s, and so far as characterizations and plot is concerned, that comparison is easy to make. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brent Butler