Come meet the Elders.
Simply Jews - a cabal of critically undermedicated schemers.
59 is not a fair age to die. But he left quite a few great books that would be read for a long, long time.
I keep trying to find a tale of his that I can enjoy. Haven't yet. I think it's the weird names for his characters that are hard to imagine how to pronounce that slows his plots down. That and his interminable sentences. I guess he thought he was SF's answer to Faulkner. "See you later"? Have you gotten religion behind my back?
I am more into his non-SF prose. About five books in, intending to continue.As for religion: nah, it is just a turn of speech. After all, I am not that far from joining the hosts' crowd...
Well, recommend one, whydoncha?
Oh, sorry, I liked A Song of Stone, The Wasp Factory, Walking on Glass.
Thanks. Only WOG is available for Kindle. I'll try it.
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