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reviewed The Gods Themselves. February 26, 2011
posted in SF Signal
The Gods Themselves
The soft ones are one of the coolest alien species I have read of in over 30 years of science fiction reading. They are truly alien, and the nature of the existence and civilation is a well written mystery. …
posted a Quick Tip about The Gods Themselves. February 24, 2011
posted in SF Signal
The Gods Themselves
Perhaps one of Asimov's best; his aliens living in a different dimensional world than our own are truly novel. Been quite a while since I re-read this one.
reviewed The Gods Themselves. February 22, 2011
The Gods Themselves
It's rough to take the position that an award winning novel by one of the most respected science fiction authors is tough to read because of its slow pace, but that is how I would describe The Gods Themselves. …
posted a Quick Tip about The Gods Themselves. February 20, 2011
The Gods Themselves
Asimov has expertly blended visionary and imaginative yet credible hard science with a softer side of science fiction that includes an exciting story line, both human and alien characters that are so …
reviewed The Gods Themselves. February 20, 2011
The Gods Themselves
To elevate a work of science fiction from mere novel to literary masterwork is an achievement to which few authors can lay claim. Asimov is one of those authors and "The Gods Themselves" is …
reviewed The Man Who Turned Into Himself: A Novel. May 12, 2009
The Man Who Turned Into Himself a novel by David Ambrose
This is the 4th Ambrose novel I have read, and I have enjoyed his work immensely. This one has some similarities to Coincidence which has some ideas about interdimensional travel. Ambrose has a talent …
reviewed Humans: Book Two of the Neanderthal P.... May 06, 2009
Humans a novel by Robert J. Sawyer
Sawyer does an excellent job following up on Hominids, which was such a good book it didn't really need a sequel. This book focuses on Mary and Ponter and their blossoming relationship. (note: already …
reviewed The Chess Garden. January 17, 2009
Brooks Hansen Chess Garden
This book exists in layers of story and levels of meaning like nearly no other book I have read. It has been compared to Nabokov, Poe, Arthurian legend, and Calvino - draw your own conclusions -- but …
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