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A true classic from the Polish master. It proves prophetic for our times as we slowly lose our civic courage in the face of corporate power in the west.Published 3 months ago by P.K.Mardak
I’m not going to try to describe it. This book is different. Just give it time and let it carry you along. Then, when you’ve finished, think about it for a few days. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Albert
Other reviewers give a range of opinions on the writing that will probably give a good enough description of the style of the writing, so I will simply note that I side with those... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Leo Siefert
This book is creatively exhausting. It's cleaver and very frustrating. As I read the book, I wondered what kind of mad genius would come up with this setting, these characters,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ron Johnson
I found this book stupid, not much of a story-line. The reason I chose it was because my Grandma kept mail in her bathtub 50 years ago, made me think of her. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tina Gallagher
I'm a big Lem fan, but I found this novel really disappointing. "The Cyberiad" is funnier, "His Master's Voice" is more mind-bending, "Chain of Chance" has... Read morePublished 19 months ago by mathew
The story didn't go any where. It was confusing, and didn't seemed to have a point or direction. I was very interested in the story line , but just didn't deliverPublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
A really strange neat book. Not sure what to say exactly, other than that reading it made me keep buying more of his books as they came up on daily deals.Published on April 19, 2013 by Voice of Reason
...or, Hotel California for double and triple agents.
This book will leave you thinking, wondering, questioning; as lost as the wise and foolish protagonist, mighty and... Read more