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I LOVED the Probability Broach. Bought it brand new paperback, and probably read it 6 or 7 times until it fell apart. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Just A Reader
Wow, I haven't even read the book yet but I can see from all the complaints about "sermonizing" that it hit a few nerves. That just may be a good sign. Read morePublished 8 months ago by INFOTECHADVISER - ALAN
A fun sequel to The Probability Broach. Once you get past the author's political agenda it's quite enjoyable.Published 12 months ago by Lee Grupsmith
In this nation of ours, do any of us actually know real freedom. Like a fish doesn't know it's wet, we don't know we are the property of the state. Read morePublished 20 months ago by David Schinkai
I've read a few of L. Neil Smith's books, so far, and The American Zone wasn't my favorite of them. Of them all, I prefered The Probability Broach and The Nagasaki Vector better.Published on October 19, 2013 by MakeThingsThatWork
First of all, truth in advertising: after I read this novel some years ago, I made it my business to correspond with Mr. Smith, and we have been corresponding ever since. Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by Secundus Tacitus
The American Zone is a good novel, but you really should read at least some of the other books in the NAC series first to get
some perspective on the world presented in this... Read more
The Probability Broach (1980) tells the story of Win Bear, a detective from Denver, who falls through a hole between universes, meets another version of himself and other... Read morePublished on November 20, 2002 by Arthur W Jordin
If you are like me you find a good series but you catch a book in the middle and nothing makes sense. This is not that book. Read morePublished on October 22, 2002 by FrankJC3rd