The Man in the Maze - Robert Silverberg Reviews
Description:ISBN 0380001985 / Author: Robert Silverberg / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
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Pages: 320, Edition: New edition, Paperback, ibooks Inc
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by - written on 28/11/07 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I'm really quite astounded that no one ever made a film or TV adaptation of Robert Silverberg's 1968 sci-fi classic (or at least, one of the sci-fi classics the prolific author released that year), but with computer games getting more advanced all the time, I fear it's too late for that idea to seem anything but redundant. Silverberg's tragic, sympathetic and heroic tale of principles and stubbornness set in a weird alien maze can be seen as one of the final publications of his 'earlier' period before his writing apparently improved to the standard of raking in an obscene amount of Hugo and Nebula awards in the following decade, but its futuristic revision of Sophocles' . Read the complete review
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