Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1986-11-12
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 185
Edition language: English
(Original Review, 1980)I am confused, perhaps someone can explain this apparent error to me: (See pg 147 (Del Rey edition)): Randy and Leila are talking at a bar with "Leaves of Grass" (the book/microprocessor) on the table. However, Zelazny appears to get confused and bring "Flowers of Evil" (the o...
I found Roadmarks to be one of Zelazny's least-interesting books; the whole premise was unclear enough (as were the main character's motivations) that I read it, and - unlike so many other Zelazny books - never picked it up again. Not his best.
I mean it: spoiler city ahead.This is one of Zelazny's more cryptic works and I seem to like it more each time I read it. It's structured in a way that requires attention in order to gain comprehension and I wonder if it influenced the structure of Use of Weapons? Reading it twice makes it all prett...
Okay. I liked this one but I'm not exactly sure what actually happened.The Road is a highway (or system of connected highways) that connects the future, the past, what might have been, and what still may be. Red Dorakeen is traveling the Road in his blue pickup,searching for something but not prec...
A favorite of the Spouse. I liked the concept, but it didn't really suck me in.