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Stanislaw Lem wrote a great, technical/hard science fiction novel that relies quite a bit on plausible scientific theory and logical reasoning. Read morePublished 8 days ago by christopher ferraro
Lem is the only SF writer I have read that can imagine the truly alien. Not just little green men invaders or westerns in space but something non-human in every way.Published 15 days ago by David Home
Having read all the great reviews of the book, I had high expectations for the writing and the story, both disappointing and average at best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dee Feng
Quick read that is both entertaining and thought provoking. The ending was abrupt but on the whole foreshadows the age of nanobots.Published 1 month ago by HPBandit
Lem may be one of the most underrated, under-appreciated science fiction authors of the 20th Century, and there may be a very good reason. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Colin Powell
I have always enjoyed Lem and was excited to find this early book of his. It reminds me of his later book Fiasco. A solid read and excellent sci fi. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bernie K
Just read the first chapter so far, and this is real classic "outer-space adventure" at its very, exquisitely well-written best (that's LEM... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jaime Hudson