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El visitante inesperado (Blanda con solapas) - John Scalzi
El visitante inesperado (Blanda con solapas)
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Format: Blanda con solapas
ISBN: 9788445078754
Publisher: Minotauro
Pages no: 285
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Fuzzy Sapiens
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Portable Mistletoe
Portable Mistletoe rated it
4.0 Fuzzy Nation ★★★★☆
I’ve never read the original story, and I am disappointed because I was under the impression that the two books were packaged together, based on the foreword and the reviews placed highest on the Audible website, but apparently they’ve now split the two books and must be purchased separately. Stil...
Lost in Libraries
Lost in Libraries rated it
How this book ended was not how I expected. There is little to no action, the plot resolved in a courtroom of all places. I did like the book overall. But once again not enough to purchase. I love libraries. I started and finished this book not caring at all about the characters. I liked the "fu...
RedT Reads Randomly
RedT Reads Randomly rated it
5.0 I couldn't have wished for a better ending
John Scalzi has just made it onto my all-time favorite authors list. He entertained me. He enlightened me. He educated me. I chuckled. I chortled. I teared up. And in the end, I cheered. in earlier posts, I shared a couple of excerpts: http://redthaws.booklikes.com/post/1005293/close-enc...
shecurmudgeon rated it
3.0 Fuzzy Nation
I really, really, want to like John Scalzi's fiction better than I do, but he kind of blows hot and cold for me. I haven't read any of his classics like "Old Man's War" and I need to try them but what I like so much in his non-fiction & blog/twitter writing (his sarcasm, his liberal politics, his g...
narfna rated it
4.0 On Re-reading Fuzzy Nation
This book totally held up on re-read, but I forgot that it wasn't just happy fun-times. Parts of it are really sad :( Also, small quibble with the audiobook. Although Wil Wheaton generally does an excellent job, his voice for Papa Fuzzy was really distracting. I pictured it in my head very different...
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