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  1. Lyn Lyn says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBThe Dark Light Years by Brian Aldiss first published in 1964 makes me realize what an important voice Aldiss is in the science fiction genreAs I write this in May 2015 Mr Aldiss is 89 years old and still writing Named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America in 2000 and inducted by the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2004 he has received two Hugo Awards one Nebula Award and one John W Campbell Memorial AwardThe Dark Light Years somewhat dated by today’s tech heavy literary standards describes a first contact scenario


  2. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBTHE MILD PLEASURES OF ANTIUE SCIENCE FICTIONWhat you get with 52 year old science fiction novels is the past’s version of the future which is fun So in 1964 Brian Aldiss sets his story in 2035 and in this 2035 everyone is still smoking but a derivative of mescaline not tobacco hardly anyone is still eating meat but women are still an oddity in the professions and the space faring crews And there's war on between Britain and Brazil Ah well maybe in twenty years from now that will turn out to be true So after some years of space exploration and around 300 Earth type planets humans have not yet found any life form worth writing home about Then they land on the next planet and find the utods who are like these 30 ton hippo ish two headed six retractable limbs with opposing claws creatures who appear to have come to the said planet in a spaceship of their own crafted from a very large wooden pod so their spaceship is made of wood how ecological is that suck it up metal obsessed


  3. Stephen Stephen says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUB40 to 45 stars Another excellent science fiction novel by Mr Aldiss Better than Non Stop but not as good as Hothouse my favorite Aldiss novel this is a darkly humorous and satirical look at the darker side of humanity and horribly we get it wrong when we come across a peaceful alien species that evolved differently from us Smart well written at times funny and leaves you with much to think about Highly Recommended


  4. Bandit Bandit says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBCivilization is a distance the man has placed between him and his excreta What an idea though of course not without its limitations Conceptually this is precisely the sort of scifi I enjoy The sort that uses fictional constructs to address serious topics The sor


  5. Manny Manny says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBBrian Aldiss loved challenging the basic assumptions of Western civilisation Here it's cleanliness Most SF writers it for granted that beings from any advanced culture will keep themselves clean and neat So Aldiss introduces the Utods who are sophisticated


  6. Sandy Sandy says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBIt had been a good 30 years since I last read anything by British sci fi author Brian Aldiss Back in the mid '80s spurred on by three highly laudatory articles in David Pringle's Science Fiction The 100 Best Novels I had eagerly read Aldiss' classic novel of a generational starship Non Stop 1958; his eually classic tale of an Earth billions of years hence Hothouse 1962; and his underrated novel of an Earth gone sterile due to fallout radiation Greybeard 1964 back to back to back as well as his volume of linked stories 1959's Galaxies Like Grains of Sandand had loved them all But between this and that as I said no Aldiss for me since then On a whim thus I recently picked up the author's The Dark Light Years which had been patiently sitting on my bookshelf unread for a very long time This


  7. Stephen Thomas Stephen Thomas says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBSNOK SNOK OF THE GRUDGRODDThis slim novel is a wryly humorous indictment of man’s boundless arrogance Failure to comprehend an existence that is starkly at odds with our own leads to the mistaken conclusion that the utods are little than vaguely bright cattle Throughout the story the strange alien’s serene intelligence is either misconstrued or missed completely Only one man who decides to exile himself in order to observe the creatures in their own environment will ever understand the profound connection they have with their world and each otherThis isn’t one of Aldiss’s best The humour can be a little smug and the narrative seems to lack conviction Also the depth of characterisation and description doesn’t live up to that of his better work That said as always with Aldiss this is still worth a read


  8. Tim Tim says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBI feel bad giving this a two but that's how it pans out A fantastic concept that I was excited Aldiss came up with but the story is just not up to expectations I have read many other of his t


  9. Chris Chris says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBHumanity has met many species of semi sapient lifeforms on its expansion across the galaxies but had never discovered another intelligent race before That changed when a group of explorers ran into the utod Hippopotomi sized two headed mammals


  10. Rjyan Rjyan says:

    eBook Brian W. Aldiss î eBook The Dark Light Years PDF À The Dark PDF/EPUB or î myportal.pro dark pdf, light pdf, years download, The Dark pdf, The Dark Light Years ePUBWhoa This is my first Aldiss As it starts this book is a little frustrating but pretty irresistible eventually the frustrations are revealed to have been an ingenious device Aldiss is really good at keeping his skepticism about our present civilization just barely visible likewise having the unfortunate aspects of his characters' personalities slip out briefly almost accidentally just enough to be damning without bludgeoning us with them Attention to detail really pays dividends here will rapidly convince you that Mr Aldiss has brilliant foresight restraint Even once I'd sussed out just how deviously clever the author really was the emotional impact of the ending still felt like being caught in an ambush I will absolutely be reading books by this man soon


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