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Spanning eons of time, Aldiss spins tales of triumph and failures. At times, the tales are deeply philosophical, others metaphorical. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Wayne B Howard
While the writing is very good, I found it to be disjointed and a bit draggy.. I found it hard to get engaged.Published 8 months ago by Sandra Mahanna
I really enjoyed most of the stories in this book, they make a very interesting build upon each other and had some interesting thoughts about the future. Read morePublished 10 months ago by RF Oregon
Not really...Mr Aldiss was starting his writing and it shows. Kind of stale, not moving along nicely and the ideas seem outdated and full of themselves. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. G. Chacon Monarrez
Many tales masterfully told, which we've together a narrative across the eons. There are 2 decisive duds which may be completely passed over, as they add nothing to the narrative. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jacob Wilson
This is an unique look at the universe, and earth and its inhabitants place in it. I loved the history of the evolution of earth and men interspersed with stories about that period... Read morePublished 11 months ago by judearn
Interesting concept but too long. It was deeply philosophical but a bit depressing. Even so, I enjoyed each story though they ended tragically.Published 11 months ago by Laurena Johnson