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Jack Williamson
Birth date: April 29, 1908
Died: November 10, 2006
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 1 month ago
(Original Review, 1980-12-03)There is yet another possible method of time travel which was used in Williamson’s novel (made up of two novellas: “Legion of Time” and “After World’s End”). This version takes time travel to its logical conclusion when you take quantum mechanics into account. At any giv...
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Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 3 years ago
I finally finished this sucker. Far from being a page turner, I found it tedious. For me the novel has four big problems: the writing is bad, okay it's pulpy, it hasn't dated well, the main character who tells the story from a first person perspective is a fool that we NEVER sympathize with, and lyc...
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There was much to appreciate here, but I didn't appreciate this book much. Aliens that aren't just humans in disguise, some discussion of the psychological impact of a technology that replicates you over interstellar distances and a Mysterious Giant Object which gets more weird the more you learn ...
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Bettie's Books rated it 5 years ago
bookshelves: spring-2013, sci-fi, tbr-busting-2013, fraudio, under-50-ratings, shortstory-shortstories-novellas, published-1947 Read on April 13, 2013 This is an unabridged version, running for 10 hours. Read by Stefan Rudnicki.[blurb - Jack Williamson's novel, The Humanoids (1949), is considere...
MartynVHalm rated it 5 years ago
What I liked most about this book, despite the dated prose and setting, is that it effectively merges the Homo Lycanthropus with Homo Sapiens to form a coherent explanation about the influence of the Lycantrope on human history...
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