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... meant Dada. Is it her fault if she's too young to articulate?" Powell knelt
alongside Barbara. "Say Dada, baby. Dada? Dada? Say Dada." "Haja." Barbara
replied with an enchanting drool. Powell gave it up. He went down past the
he exclaimed in a shocked voice. "What are you doing?" "Drawrin pitchith," she
lisped. "Nicth pitchith for Dada." "Thank you, sweetheart," he said. "That's a lovely
thought. Now come and sit with Dada." "No," she said, and continued scribbling.
"No," she said, and continued scribbling. "Are you my girl?" "Yeth." "Doesn't my
girl always do what Dada asks?" She thought that one over. "Yeth," she said. She
deposited the crayons in her pocket, her bottom on the couch alongside Powell, ...
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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