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The Infinite Man | [Daniel F. Galouye]

The Infinite Man

IT lived in Milton Bradford. IT could make planets vanish, alter mathematical constants, erase the laws of chance. IT had the power to change the entire universe...or destroy it utterly.
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The God Within.

IT lived in Milton Bradford. IT could make planets vanish, alter mathematical constants, erase the laws of chance. IT had the power to change the entire universe...or destroy it utterly.

©1973 Bantam Books, Inc. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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    Darryl Cedar Rapids, IA, United States 05-19-13
    Darryl Cedar Rapids, IA, United States 05-19-13 Member Since 2005
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    sorry but this is not very good. the narrator is rather bad, slow ( i speeded up and had no trouble following ), monotonous etc. the style of the writing is not very literary and though author may know the physics behind his ideas ( hard to say, though there is much polysyllabic word dropping ) the overall story is very derivative of a much better novel, LeGuin's Lathe of Heaven, for it's overall story, plot etc., ( structurally it even shares many elements with Lathe ) and the ending reminded me of Clarke's Childhood's End. I would have to say get those 2, much better written and carrying more symbolically than this.

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