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Heinlein saves himself in the last two pages , through an impressive framing
device that puts the story into a new perspective and suddenly gives it a moral
dimension . And the final statement is an epiphany so moving in its simplicity that
But I ' ll check Bill ' s answers myself before you have to give them . ” “ Very well . ”
I added , “ If you can find a way to let me have them ten minutes or so ahead of
time , there shouldn ' t be any difficulty . I ' m a very quick study . ” He inspected ...
He always gives a man the benefit of the doubt . ” He remained silent for a
moment . “ You make the ... Bill always has hated the notion that anybody but Mr .
B . could give him instructions . But he ' s an able man . Uh , Chief , how soon can
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - baswood - LibraryThing
This 1956 Hugo award winning novel is included in the science fiction masterwork series and either has not aged well or was a lack lustre rip-off from the start. It takes as a basis for its story the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Stevil2001 - LibraryThing
I was surprised how much I liked this book. It's a relatively simple and predictable plot: Lorenzo Smythe is an actor hired to impersonate a politician at a key political moment. Only thing is, the ... Read full review