Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1976-12
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 207
Edition language: English
(Edit to add: the review below contains what some may consider to be spoilers. But on the whole, I do not think that reading this review will spoil the enjoyment of the book for you.)Science fiction stories usually concern the impact of the progress of science on human beings. When the science par...
This is the only Kate Wilhelm book that I've read (and am apt to read) because it's a Hugo and Nebula winner and is thus a required read for anyone who is a student of the genre.The book hooked me with the first few chapters and I was really excited to find out what happened with the details of the ...
Kate Wilhelm's decision to switch from writing Science Fiction to writing Mysteries was a huge loss for the SF genre. Where Late is not just an excellently extrapolated post-apocalyptic novel about cloning, it is a great novel in general.
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