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Friday is one of my favorite science fiction books.
Heinlein explores several subjects in this book ranging from communal marriage, overt racism, authoritarianism, genetic engineering, and sexual promiscuity.
The police are not to be trusted in the book, and disposing of them if possible is considered a good idea--as long as one can get away with it, of course.
The first time I read this book I was confused. A female lead? Then later I read, and re-read it. I love it now.Published 25 days ago by S. Howell
The world Heinlein creates here is the real goal of all progressive/liberals. A sustainable culture where only really important people can have an "Authorized Power... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Blain
If you divided Robert Heinlein’s books into three periods, Early, Middle and Late, Friday would fall into the later category( see my Listmania,... Read more
Trashy pointless sci fi that reads like Penthouse Letters. Not worth buying, reading, or finishing.Published 5 months ago by G. Holmes
Still as good as the year I first read this...1985. It seems funny but a lot of science mentioned then seems now to be in the forefront ie the Beanstalk! Read morePublished 6 months ago by T Turner
This is a superb book from the brilliant mind of Robert A. Heinlein. And Friday is the most interesting heroine that anyone could have the pleasure of teasing their fancy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by william newmoon