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mondkiller [message #118785] Tue, 24 September 2013 14:36
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Originally posted by: @RUTGERS.ARPA:LAURENCE@SU-CSLI.ARPA
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From: Laurence R Brothers  


I found Mindkiller to be a very amusing book; I have liked everything that
Robinson has ever written, to my knowledge. There are various small
deficiencies to be found in this book, but all of these are balanced
by the climax in the last few pages. The whole thing was obviously slow-
motion choreographed by the author,  and the sequence of events is so 
unlikely as to be mandatory in any universe that I would wish to live in.


-Laurence
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