The Garden of Rama
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 1993
Pages no: 608
Edition language: English
Series: Rama (#3)
Okay, I’ll admit it: this book’s title is what lured me in: what the best do better than everyone else. But something went wrong when I tried ordering all of Jon Gordon’s books from my library system—they didn’t have them all. I think I’ve figured out why. Gordon’s book are not only allegorical, but...
I’m not sure how I feel about business books told in parable form. GETTING TO IT was one of my favorite personal success books from last year felt so much better to me than an equally good in concept book by the same authors called JUGGLING ELEPHANTS. The point is, there’s good material in THE NO CO...
If RENDEZVOUS WITH RAMA was an episode of star trek, complete with dashing American captain and multiethnic crew, all phds and astrophysicists, and RAMA II was the inevitable written for money followup, GARDEN OF RAMA was the third time charm, the boozy socially complex teardown of all those way too...
Sooo, disappointing. Enjoyed reading about the parts about Rama, totally disliked the whole human parts of it and specially towards the end. And hated how suddenly when people are found alone on strange lands/ships/planets where they might never see another living person, they immediately think "Oh ...
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