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Theodore Sturgeon: More Than Human

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Posted by Sulkyblue (3rd Nov 2004, 17:18)

I really enjoyed the majority of this book, being let down only by the beginning and end. The beginning I found to be rather pretensious and confusing, but whether it was just that I got used to the style or it did actually change the rest of the book was quite easy to read and slick. The ending I was disappointed by because it sort of sputtered out and drifted a bit too far into debates of what morals and ethics are. The rest of the book however I found to be interesting and very well structured. Bouncing back and forwards in the timeline of the story is handled very slickly and was perfectly aimed so that I could work things out by myself without getting too confused, clues came at just the right rate. I also liked how he kept the story very localised without too much drifting into 'consequences for mankind'.


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