The book took a long time to develop. It didn't become interesting until the 15% mark in the Kindle version. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven Williams
A surprising find that I just stumbled across. Great science jargon that actually comes off as plausible but if you are looking for some sort of grand ending or confrontation you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff Pennington
Again, Lem is genius. Why haven't I read more of his books? Like Fiasco, this story draws you in as the story evolves, as things are not what they seem. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David P. Bishop
This might be a good introduction to Lem as it's a quick read as well as page turner. My first Lem read was Solaris which is a bit slower, longer and mystical and I only chose it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darrin B. Roush
Lem is a genius. He paints better with words than almost everyone. He sets the standard.
'The Invincible' is just about perfect. I hardly know what to say. Read more
Compelling story; very reminiscent in spirit of some of the classic Star Trek stories. Also more "gritty" than the equivalent Isaac Asimovs and Arthur C Clarkes of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Derek Hohls
This is classic, nuts-and-bolts, Golden Age sci-fi--but not in a good way.
The story is simple: the titular space ship lands on a distant planet to find out what... Read more
great writing. Should be made into a movie. Althought I'm sure they would mess it up.Published 3 months ago by Luis Portillo
I remember reading this story when I was barely a teenager in Poland and it made me fall in love with science-fiction. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel Galecki