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Over all, a wonderful read, and one of the few books that can be read more than once.
Regardless, the story does have points of intersection with Heinlein's own experiences, some of which ended up of the pages of many of his other books.
Time Enough for Love is basically an oral memoir of Lazarus Long, a man who has lived some 2,500 years.
This is just me, but I consider "Time Enough for Love" to be R. Heinlein's masterwork. His thinking had fully matured by the time this book was being crafted, and here he... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Barabbus
Classic Heinlein. I've read it several times and always enjoy it and catch new nuances.Published 21 days ago by Robkc
A continuation of his "Methuselah's Children", this is another excellent novel in Heinlein's body of work. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was a replacement of a copy I had had for years and simply wore out re-reading it. It is one of my all-time favorite novels.Published 24 days ago by Thomas M. Byrd
Ok, first off i loved to Sail Beyond the Sunset because the main character Maureen Johnson Long was so intriguingly interesting. Lazarus Long, her son, unfortunately, is not. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex
I am reding this for the second or third time and it is still is a great read!Published 1 month ago by michael r gysin
When I was young and Heinlein was new, I had great regard for his works. He doesn't age well at all. I think this may be the case with most science fiction. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Someoneelse