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Review: The Stars My Destination

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The Stars My Destination has been referred to as a forerunner of cyberpunk. It's film noir, except it's a book. The hero, Gully Foyle, is certainly not heroic. He's criminal, though initially he was ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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If I could give this a thousand stars instead of five, then I would. I am compiling the ultimate list of books that have changed my life; this is one of them. Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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This is one of my all time fav sci fi books. I think what makes it enjoyable is the action and interesting story. The author tends to over do everything which often comes across as humorous. Also, by ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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This was a very intense book, very enjoyable and better than The Demolished Man. Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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A surprising depth of humanism. A great book to discuss, I've been recommending it to others and almost wish I was in a book club. Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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Wow! I was left in awe by this extraordinary read. Epic atmosphere, frenetic rthythm, original concepts, stunning images of an interplanetic future and one of the most intriguing central characters ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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One of the greatest sci-fi books ever written. Read it! Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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Creative, quick read with sufficient idea nuggets to support why it's held as a grandfather to many top current authors. After having just finished the 10,000 page Malazan Book of the Fallen series from Erikson, I found this to be a refreshing jaunt : ) Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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Delany said many consider it "the greatest single SF novel." Gaiman noted that, while "nothing dates harder and faster than the future," this SF novel, written in 1956, "has not dated a moment." In ... Read full review

Review: The Stars My Destination

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I read a British copy, so it was called 'Tiger! Tiger!' which is such a better name for it that I'm surprised there hasn't been a campaign to get it re-named everywhere. Anyway, it's one of the best - ever! Read full review


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