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Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

Oh I forgot to list this one! Wow - oversight city! (A city not found on any maps). God knows whether this is really a five star novel, but it was when I read it as a young teenybopper, and it bopped ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

What on Earth did I just read? Or should I say space? How about the time-dilated multiverse? In sci-fi lingo you could best describe the hypotheticals in this book as the quadruple T: telepathy ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

There were moments I did not believe that I would give it much more than a four star rating, and that that would be generous. But it comes together. There's a twist that I felt I should have seen, and ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Stuart Hodge - Goodreads

I was really surprised with this book- it was written in the 50s but could almost have been written last year. Very cool, interesting concepts Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Jason - Goodreads

Totally mind-blowing and unlike anything I have ever had the pleasure of reading. I can't offer any constructive criticism and can only say, "wow, just wow." Ok, a few more thoughts then: I still can ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Zepp - Goodreads

I can easily align myself with readers who view this novel as a seminal transition between the Golden Age and the New Wave, but I can't quite swallow its iconic status, at least not as a transcendant ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

From the back cover: “EDUCATION: NONE. SKILLS: NONE. MERITS: NONE. RECOMMENDATIONS: NONE” So reads Gully Foyle's Merchant Marine card. But Gully has managed to survive for 170 days in the airless ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

User Review  - Adam - Goodreads

Fast and furious and blackly comedic similiar to early Vonnegut or Jack Vance mixed with the bitter surrealism of Finney's "Circus of Doctor Lao", this book predicted and influenced trends like the ... Read full review


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