The Demolished Man

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Shasta Publishers, 1953 - Fugitives from justice - 250 pages
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Life in 2301 - a ruthless and money-mad society that is dominated and being subtly reshaped by telepaths.

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Fast action, great pace, fun read overall. - Goodreads
The overall plot is not as good. - Goodreads
Not bad. But the ending is too sweet.. - Goodreads
It reads like a corny police procedural potboiler. - Goodreads
This is a very interesting premise. - Goodreads
You can also see the writer had fun writing it. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Adam Labatore - Goodreads

Pretty revolutionary for a novel of this age. Definitely loved it. Read full review

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User Review  - Camille - Goodreads

Interesting novel... The takeaway: to evolve you need to learn to read minds, then the world will be just and rainbows. Read full review


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