Among the better ones. I've listened to Good fact and this is Good fiction.I read the novel in the sixties and couldn't remember it. This was better.
I like SF and Fantasy. Some of them had the theme "you can sell anything with adequate promotion."
Quite Good really.
I listen 30-45 min sessions.
Interesting to compare the difference in technological level of contemporary science and that of the sixties. And likewise of the similarities of human behaviour and reasoning.
Fred Hoyle has written other books in the same vein. And numerous SF-writers. Arthur C Clarke e.g.
I'm quite interested in Richard Dawkins work, which amplified my interest if I hadn't read Hoyles work in the sixties already. Read a lot of astronomy then.
The compelling logic in the events and the hope of undiscovered resources in Mankind.
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