Shakespeare's Planet - Clifford D. Simak Reviews
Description:ISBN 0399117296 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Clifford D. Simak / Hardcover / 188 Pages / Book is published 1976-05 by Putnam Pub Group
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by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Shakespeare's Planet is unusual for a Clifford.D.Simak novel in that it is slightly more conventional than might normally be expected from this popular sci-fi author. An intergalactic adventure set on a distant planet many light years from home, the story tells the story of Carter Horton; a man out of time finding himself all alone on a mission to the stars. Carter Horton awakes from deep sleep on an alien world only to find that the other three members of his crew have all perished whilst in suspended animation. He is part of a mission seeking out new planets to call home but The Ship, controlled by the three human brains of formerly important members of ... Read the complete review
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