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The narrative is not particularly compelling. As one reviewer pointed out: the main character is not particularly likeable--so when he presumably gets beaten... Read more
This is a self-consciously clever book that must appeal mostly to academics and intellectuals painfully aware of their own ironic insights. In places it is downright annoying.. Read morePublished on July 31, 2004 by Christopher Moss
The first time i read this book in my early teens, i didn't really like it. i thought it seemed like a cool idea that didn't really go anywhere. Read morePublished on May 26, 2003 by Todd Sullivan
The story is well written, but like the title, something vital is missing, without which it doesn't make sense. Read morePublished on April 20, 1999
Damon Knight tells an entertaining and wry story, but seems to leave a lot of loose ends. The book turns on the question of whether or not Ed Stone's warning that the Earth will... Read morePublished on April 19, 1999
Damon Knight has created a rather haunting and slightly whimsical piece (in the same vein as George Alec Effinger's: Two Sadnesses). Read morePublished on June 16, 1998