No, to both. The original and the Revised/extended version.
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The moment that it connected to "The number of the beast" or "The cat who walked through walls" or "Friday".
Anyone who has read RH will understand,. Anyone who has not read all of RH's books should.
This author is the one that started me reading in earnest. I read all of his stuff with Edger Rice Burroughs mixed in. Audible has let me expand my "reading"
now I cook,clean,research,mow--You get my drift? .
I live in Columbia Maryland not Columbia Moldova! I haven't turned into a Groucho Marx character yet.
Profound insights garbed in an entertaining, interesting story. No need to deconstruct. A bit patriarchal but reflects time period.
Tell me about hard sci fi books!
Yes I would, it is entertaining, interesting, and historically important.
Wow, I don't really know. I have not gone through enough Heinlein to compare it to his other works.
Jubal Harshaw - he really steps into that character, great performance.
Not suitable for children
While I liked the idea of this story, it introduced several intriguing themes, but dropped them to move to another set of characters without fully developing any of them. When the book dropped into the cult/sexual intrigues, I gave up on the book altogether. I rarely fail to finish a book, but this one failed to keep my interest.
Sometimes the wisest thing to do is die when wisdom is replaced with the understanding that only the organic is lost. . .