Rogue Moon (S.F. Masterworks)
Publish date: 2012-01-01
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Explorers found a strange formation on Moon. It kills volunteers in very sophisticated ways. Actually, It loves to kill them. All attempts to investigate the thing failed.Doctor Pawks thought out a new idea. What will happen if he finds a volunteer who himself loves death so much as the formation o...
A piece of classic SF with an intriguing premise that explores some of my favourite themes but for me seemed to lack focus and was distracted by pointless character interactions and conversations.Many a time I've pondered what really happens to you if you were teleported from one location to another...
This book is one of the SF Masterworks series of classic sf novels so it clearly is not something to be sniffed at, plus it was cited by Alastair Reynolds as a favorite so I duly added it to my reading list (a year or so ago!) and finally got around to it. Really not what I was expecting to be hones...
I read this book back in 2003. By the way, the paperback cover I have is different from the one pictured here in GR, even though it is the same edition from what I gather. Still, a good book. Here is what I wrote back then: >>The paperback edition is less than 200 pages (184 or so). The story is fai...
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