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David Gerrold
David Gerrold is a figment of his own imagination. show more

David Gerrold is a figment of his own imagination.
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 1 year ago
(Original Review, 1980-11-19)I have always found the similarities between RAH's "Flatcats" in THE ROLLING STONES and Gerrold's "Tribbles" in THE TROUBLE WITH TRIBBLES to be more than just coincidence [2018 EDIT: Incidentally Star Trek writers wrote two episodes based on this same story: "The Trouble...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 2 years ago
Here are the two comments I made while reading the book:I am getting real sick of this book - all these what ifs and how many people there are. I'm close to done with it so I'll more than likely finish it but I am definitely giving it a bad rating.and There's an awful lot of male giggling in this bo...
Wesley Britton's blog
Wesley Britton's blog rated it 2 years ago
Many times over the years, I’ve had the pleasure of reading and reviewing a number of essay collections published by the Sequart Research & Literacy Organization. Sequart specializes in analytical explorations of popular culture figures, especially characters like Batman and the X-men who have roles...
The Professor
The Professor rated it 4 years ago
“I am destined to rule the Universe. I am God.” A short, engagingly written, if headache-inducing, diversion with three or four time-travel ideas that could be spun off into stories of their own. It looks like Richard Curtis read this then jettisoned all the interesting stuff for “About Time” and it...
meganbaxter
meganbaxter rated it 6 years ago
This is a lovely little mindbender of a book - not hard science, for those who are so inclined. But a true literature of ideas, looking at identity and self through the lens of time travel, through one man (and all the versions of himself) and how he chooses to use it. He is not a representative ma...
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