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by Harlan Ellison
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Book Ramblings
Book Ramblings rated it 6 years ago
It is a terrible mistake to assume that everybody else will love — or at least like — your favorite things, whatever you consider to be an all-time great. This is the most important lesson I have taken away from I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream. I recommended this story to a smart and discerning fr...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
The title story deserves all the stars, while the succeeding stories vary in quality but suffice to say that I really enjoyed this compilation. Review to come soon.
Morbid Obsession (Kynthos)
Morbid Obsession (Kynthos) rated it 8 years ago
Stumbled upon this and fascinated with the depraved title, I Have No Mouth and I must SCREAM, makes me feel like screaming too.Here we go...Phew! feels so nice letting it all out.
everettpantaloons rated it 10 years ago
A great collection of short stories by the superb SF writer, Harlan Ellison. Each story will take you for a ride and force you to really think about what you're reading. It really is a somewhat complex book to follow. I re-read each story at least once and came out feeling different and learning som...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 12 years ago
A chiller from the 60's starring David Soul and the author
kravmonkey rated it 13 years ago
Dark and disturbing. This is one of those books that stays in your head long after you put it down.
Misericordia rated it 18 years ago
There's a particularly memorable and terrifting concept presented in the headline story. What would you feel had you lived in the world where you were at a crazy omnipotent machine's mercy? What if the immortal you were tortured continuously by the said machine beyond endurance on and on? What if yo...
Kaethe rated it 34 years ago
Whatever his failings as an individual, I still am in awe of Ellison's diversity as a writer.
Manny Rayner's book reviews
Manny Rayner's book reviews rated it 48 years ago
In Harlan Ellison's I Have No Mouth, And I Must Scream, five people are trapped inside the giant computer AM, which delights in torturing them in endlessly fiendish ways. Clearly, this touches a raw nerve: the story is one of the most famous in the history of science-fiction. It just occurred to me ...
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