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Mr. S. Reviews “Nation” by Terry Pratchett

Daniel Schwabauer Pratchett is a terrific storyteller, and Nation is a terrific novel. The novel is a worth-while read and beautifully crafted. It's also funny. And sombre. When I put it down, I wanted to pick it up again. What a disappointment then when I realized the heart of the novel is an old lie—one that is common to sci-fi and almost as old as humanity.
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Mr. S. Reviews “Have Spacesuit – Will Travel” by Robert Heinlein

Daniel Schwabauer Anyone who reads science fiction with more than a passing interest will have heard of Robert Heinlein, grandmaster of the genre and writer of such classics as Stranger in a Strange Land and The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress. More obscure are the dozen or so novels he penned for teens, many of which were published as serials in magazines such as Boy Life.
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