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Not in Solitude (Armchair Science Fiction Classics)

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Armchair fiction presents the best in classic science fiction novels. Kenneth Gantz’s “Not in Solitude” is about an expedition that’s marooned on Mars. Young Dr. John Dane—a newspaperman and a physicist—was sure he would find plenty to report on the first trip to Mars with Colonel Cragg. But, in spite of Cragg's obvious contempt for Dane, the trip proved disappointingly ...more
Kindle Edition, 202 pages
Published October 4th 2013 by Armchair Fiction
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Dec 30, 2015 Jay rated it did not like it
When did titles as spoilers go out of fashion? Some time after 1959 apparently. "Neglecting his discarded heavy footgear, Dane went light-bodied to the observation ports." In paragraph two, Señor Gantz, after telling us what Dane didn't do (don boots) leads us to believe that Dane turned into a mass of light capable of being in multiple places (ports.) Perhaps, Dane floated to the window, was too on-the-nose for this author. This is my way of saying I found Gantz's word cadence clunky.

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Feb 17, 2016 Mike S rated it liked it
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I love science fiction and will read almost anything, this book is getting 3 stars from me, a lot of thought went into it, and I liked the attention to detail and how much science the author included. I also liked the depiction of cultural values from the author's time. The writing isn't great, but the story was entertaining and it was not easy to guess what happened or who did what, so I enjoyed it. I know, this is a ho-hum review, I can't strongly recommend this book. But if you have a copy ...more
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