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John Brunner
Birth date: September 24, 1934
Died: August 26, 1995
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 6 years ago
(Original Review, 1980-09-12)The classic tests on this subject were done something like 25 years ago, and became sufficiently well known that by the late 60's they were turning up (in cut-down versions with animal subjects) in high school science fairs. The test was fairly simple: a sensor was rigge...
YouKneeK rated it 8 years ago
This book may be the bleakest, darkest, and most depressing dystopian novel I’ve ever read. It’s the kind of book that motivated me to read out on my deck whenever I could, so I could be surrounded with fresh air, sunshine, singing birds, and healthy, green, growing things. The book seemed twice a...
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This SF novel from 1968 and by an American is clearly a product of its time and place, reflecting the civil rights movement and it's origins a century and more before in the slave trade. Alarmingly, the allegorical aspects are at least as relevant now with the current "people trafficking" issue, whi...
markk rated it 9 years ago
Don Miguel Navarro is a man with a most unusual job. As a Licentiate of the Society of Time, he is a time traveling agent for a Spanish Empire that continues to thrive four hundred years after the Armada successfully conquered England in 1588. Tasked with observing the past, he is always on the look...
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Bry's Bountiful Book Blog rated it 10 years ago
I'm really into classics, and I'm especially into genre classics, so I almost feel a little bit guilty giving this book a "mere" three stars (although I feel I should note that I actually use the Goodreads star values, in which a three-star rating means "I liked it"). Ultimately though, I feel I hav...
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