Sure, clunky sci fi - (iron girders in far out space?) But Lemm was on to something. The idea of an alien intelligence, so utterly alien to us that it is incomprehensible to us. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. J. Leedham
Although each selection is interesting, GOLEM XIV is the read of choice here.
In keeping with the theme of the volume, included are a foreword, introduction, lectures to... Read more
"Golem XIV" alone is worth the price of admission. One of the world's greatest science fiction writers at his genre-transcending best.Published 10 months ago by Jack Forster
The communicating, and prognostic, bacteria piece was interesting, and the future telling encyclopedia was very interesting and funny, but the bulk of the book is the story of the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazonian
I'm a big fan of some of Lem's work (Cyberiad, Fiasco, Star Diaries, etc..) but I find him to be at his best when storytelling. Read morePublished 19 months ago by D. Cuddihy
No so good as A Perfect Vacuum, Imaginary Magnitude is nevertheless a very interesting books. I love comments on imaginary books, an in this field Stanislaw Lem is a master. Read morePublished on September 30, 2008 by Lamberto García del Cid