“Just about any work by Simak deserves to be considered a classic and City is no exception. . . . A unique perspective on the race of man and a fantastic read.” —SFBook.com
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Excellent story teller, with a unique (for histime) perspective on the future of our varied species. A must readPublished 13 days ago by Prog Frique
I read this years ago and loved it and was very happy to see it available in a Kindle edition.Published 13 days ago by Dragonlady138
In a steadily less secure world, extreme measures to prevent violence could be seen as acceptable. A scary tale for our times.Published 13 days ago by Sci Fi Junkie
Classic Simak. I had read several of the pieces as a kid but this is the first time I've ever seen them in the proper context. Very interesting premise and great delivery.Published 14 days ago by STEPHEN J BLUNDEN
Older anthology/series of linked stories, written by one of the Old Masters. The story of how the Dogs lost Humans and Earth.Published 15 days ago by James C. Wolf
We have read Clifford Simak for many years. Probably will continue to do so. You can re-read him very enjoyablyPublished 16 days ago by Frances E. Strauser
I thought it was called the city, searched for years and never found it. Had to have a hard copy fro myself. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Charlie
Simak's work-up of a collection of short stories detailing the separation of Earth's Children from the cradle of their birth, told from the perspective of a surviving race of... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Stephen Mann