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I first read this book as a teenager.
Heinlein toys with the ideas of religion, life, death, love, human suffering, and alternate realities in an entertainingly blasphemous, fast-paced story.
We can find true love, Heinlein seems to be saying, and we can live lives filled with love, but we cannot really understand the universe.
Heinlein is an amazing author. He wrote about Kindles in the 1950s! So many things have come to pass! This man wrote of so many 'crazy' ideas that turned into reality. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Majik Gypsy
Book was in excellent condition...worth every penny for a Heinlein fan...have already read it twice and ordered another...should be here soon.Published 3 months ago by Robert M.
I generally like RAH's books, and this rated an ok. He goes old school and goes into almost overwhelming rationalization on a regular basis. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
JOB is one of Heinlein's best works. A fantastic drama of Love and Faith, Job grazes right over big political issues. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Hunter Lee Raulerson
The Master at work! The book was a great play on the Biblical Job story. Only Heinlein could have made it so zany. Loved it!Published 9 months ago by Ship-a-phobiac
How could Heinlein create characters so enthusiastic, so interesting, when fate dumps on them? He joins Twain (Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven - get the free Kindle version),... Read morePublished 10 months ago by A Customer
It starts off promising and that is all. I ended up tossing it in the trash with about 40 pages left.Published 10 months ago by Jeffrey G. Riggs
The book came in excellent condition and in a timely fashion. It's a great read. Heinlein has a great sense of humor.Published 11 months ago by D. Antzis
I am still reading it. Some parts are hilarious:
Catholics are enemies or allies?! Same question about Jews?! All scientists are nuts but astronomers are the worst! Read more