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A story without a happy ending.
Unfortunately, a lot of this comes in the form of direct rants from Sol, which are fairly clumsy info/editorial dumps and not even all that necessary.
I love the movie Soylent Green, which is based on this book, and had heard that the book was substantially different than the movie.
Haven't seen the movie but know that it is only "loosely" based on the book, so decided to read the book first. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Phil
This is the novel that the Charleston Heston movie Soylent Green is based on. The general premise of an overpopulated Earth is here but since this was written in the 70s and the... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ricky KImsey
if you are expecting Soylent Green, understand the movie was inspired.by this work and is not a film of the book. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Pamela M. Bielecki
I enjoyed this until I realized that it was 60's propaganda, then it was annoying. I'll read it again sometime, just because I love Harry Harrison.Published 1 month ago by Teric
It's somewhat dated, but it's still a compelling novel. There's one place late in the book where Harrison gets a bit preachy, but otherwise it is well done.Published 2 months ago by Paul Schleifer
Great book about a dystopian era! However, don't expect this book to be exactly like the movie "Soylent Green." Read this book firstPublished 3 months ago by mandolinsara