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This is the first book of the Gaea series, and you will want to read the whole series for any of this to make sense.
This is high adventure in the truest sense with a wild mix of science and fantasy elements as opposed to wall to wall action.
I didn't see why we needed to read who "got it on" with who, when we were just beginning to get to know the characters.
Varley writes of rich environments- both the NASA ship Ringmaster and the object astronauts discover orbiting Saturn. Read morePublished 3 days ago by A Customer
I read some good John Varley books. This isn't one of them. It's not quirky, fun and action-packed; it's trying to be philosophical in the wrong places, and it's the sort of Kindle... Read morePublished 1 month ago by U. Rubner
I read all three many years ago and I've just finished re-reading Titan now. Truly entertaining and enjoyable.Published 2 months ago by BarbR.
1979 saw the release of one of the greatest Science Fiction films of all time; a film that would go on to spawn dozens of imitators and inspire individual elements in dozens more. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Orlando Pantoja
Fabulous book! John Varley's best work! I highly recommend all three in the trilogy.Published 3 months ago by TQ
Don't kid yourself, this is not great literature. Most sci-fi isn't. But, when it works, it can be a hell of a lot of fun, and. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kemosabi
Varley's fertile imagination has produced an amazing alternate world populated by strange caricatures of earth beings, mythology, and machines that the protagonists must survive... Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Cherye
See Demon review. It's an excellent introduction to life on Titan and leaves one wanting to read Wizard and Demon right away!Published 7 months ago by Sammy64