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This is a must-read science fiction book in my opinion, and one of Heinlein's best.
This book has much in common with 1984 in that it has such an insightful view into how politics, and society itself for that matter, works.
Manny has a distinctive voice, and is one of the few characters of fiction who, for me, stays with me after the story.
Imagine watching a revolution from the inside. That's this book.Published 3 days ago by Bob Robinson
This was one of the first Heinlein books I read as an adult (read some of his "young adult" books like Podkayne of Mars when I was younger). Read morePublished 13 days ago by Spencer E Hart
Heinlein’s The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress is the story of a political revolution of the moon’s inhabitants (the loonies) against an oppressive system governed from earth. Read morePublished 15 days ago by SockPuppet
Well-written; mostly pure, hard science-fiction, except for the sentient computer.
The events that take place are similar in many ways to the American Revolution. Read more
One of my favorite books of all-time. I have read this book probably 15 times through the years, and when I saw it on a list of "recommended books," I couldn't help but... Read morePublished 24 days ago by J. Luton
The first sci-fi book I ever read and one of my all time favorites. Early Heinlein before his writing degenerated into an old man's sexual fantasies.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the only Heinlein work I have read. The ideas put forth in this book regarding revolution, autonomy, and the law are very thought provoking and, considering the genre of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Perry De La Vega