The Cat Who Walks Through Walls: A Comedy of Manners
Publish date: June 13th 1987
Publisher: Random House Value Pub
Edition language: English
Series: The World As Myth
When a stranger attempting to deliver a cryptic message is shot dead at his table, Dr. Richard Ames is thrown headfirst into danger, intrigue, and other dimensions, where a plot to rescue a sentient computer could alter human history... I believe this novel is the last Heinlein in my reading proj...
A cameo book, and not nearly enough of the title character. I suspect I missed some of the insider stuff, but I get the feeling this was almost a backlash against Lazarus Long. Will read a few interpretations or perhaps just wikipedia and then move on. Liked it, but didn't love it.
Here's one I probably shouldn't have revisited. The narrator was not particularly good, in my opinion. He tended to hold the last word of each sentence too long. And it was annoying, as if he was trying for portentous but only managed pretentious. Getting beyond that, despite my longstanding reveren...
Robert A. Heinlein is one of my go-to authors when I really want to nerd out to some Science Fiction. This book did not disappoint. It is set throughout different satellites, space stations, the moon, Earth, and even other dimensions. While it is doing all of the crazy space age sci-fi deliciousness...
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