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Brian W. Aldiss
Birth date: August 18, 1925
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 2 years ago
It has been a while since I read his “Trillion Year Spree”, but I would respectfully submit that Aldiss may very well have made his case for the essential nature of science fiction in making and moving on the modern world. It is difficult to think of another genre so relevant, and at the same time...
CDRBill rated it 2 years ago
The central character in this book is the planet Helliconia. The story shows how the primitive civilizations and flora and fauna are influenced by planetary forces with seasons that last thousands of years. Readers must keep in mind that this book is the start of a trilogy or they will not like the ...
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Noel's Blog rated it 2 years ago
The world is going out with a whimper instead of a bang. The entire human race is pretty much sterile due to a nuclear accident. More large animals, except reindeer have suffered the same fate, while other small animals thrive to the point of being a threat. Civilization despairs and collapses, but ...
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Silk & Serif rated it 4 years ago
Received via NetGalley from the Open Road Media in exchange for an honest and completely unbiased review. Also posted on Silk & SerifFinches of Mars is the work of science fictions most eminent authors. I researched Aldiss upon completion of this book and learned that most of his books require anal...
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Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
Millions of years into the future, the Earth is tidally locked with the sun and the sunny side is dominated by a banyan tree of mind-boggling size. Mile-wide plant spiders crawl from the Earth to the moon on vast webs. As for man, he is now a foot and a half high, green, and running scared all the t...
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