Visitors - Clifford D. Simak Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345284410 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Clifford D. Simak / Hardcover / 282 Pages / Book is published 1980-01 by Ballantine Books (P)
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by - written on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The Visitors is another book in Clifford.D.Simak's extensive biblography of sci-fi novels that once more follows the familiar theme of mankind's first contact with an unknown alien intelligence. This time around the aliens are charcoal coloured, cubed creatures that gather in Earth's orbit before slowly descending to the planet's surface. At first, no one can quite fathom who or what they are or what their motives are and as the plot progresses, these questions remain unanswered. One thing is quickly obvious; they are not defenceless....as is demonstrated when a small town barber takes a pot-shot at one of the visitors with his rifle only to be swiftly ... Read the complete review
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