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The morsels of food were accompanied by tongue touched to fingers and were
as often offered between the lips. The wine was tasted mouth to mouth. Sweets
were given more intimately. Reich endured it all with a seething impatience,
His mouth worked again. Rusty sounds came; then words as faint as dust: "Ben . .
. Dear Ben . . . Waited so long. Now . . . Can't talk. My throat . . . Can't talk." Again
he attempted to embrace Reich. "Arrgh! Keep off, you crazy idiot." Bristling ...
There was nothing." "There was everything. It was easy once I figured the clue." "
There was no clue!" De Santis shouted. "Why, you located it, De Santis. That bit of
candy gel in D'Courtney's mouth. Remember? And no candy in the stomach.
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The first third or so of the novel is definitely the best part: how do you commit murder in a society where telepaths comprise a significant portion of the population? Bester has fun both devising a ... Read full review
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The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester Eight, sir; seven, sir; Six, sir; five, sir; Four, sir; three, sir; Two, sir; one! Read full review