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* #28 in in the Millennium SF Masterworks series, a library of the finest science fiction ever written* 'The corpus of science fiction written by Theodore Sturgeon is the single most important body of science fiction written by anAmerican to date' Samuel R. Delany* 'He brought things to science fiction that had never been there before: eloquence, passion, a love of life, and a fiery poetry that found its natural expression in prose' Robert Silverberg* Winne --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Damon Knight in his review at the time of the original publication said "It's a single story that goes from here to there like a catenary arc, hits one note like The Last... Read morePublished on June 8 2004
Havine read the much-anthologized "Baby Is Three" multiple times, I've just read this entire "novel. Read morePublished on March 21 2004 by Trace Reddell
What a wonderful concept for this book, written by one of the "old masters" of SF, and a beginning that sucks you in and compels you forward.... Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2003 by Schtinky
I once had my English Professor at University , in the 1960's,
read this novel. And he said, "This is as good as anything Faulkner wrote."
The title of this review says it all. If you haven't read this book, your life is incomplete.Published on Nov. 20 2002
Theodore Sturgeon was a great writer and this is one of his best books. Expanded from the novella "Baby Is Three," which makes up the second of the novel's three parts,... Read morePublished on Dec 22 2001 by John S. Ryan
A very good tale. According to Sturgeon ,the next step in human evolution is not only about having mental powers ,but also functioning on a sinergetic level. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2001 by "phyed-rautha"
Sturgeon describes from the inside out, what it's like to be a Homo Gestalt, a new type of being, the next evolutionairy stage of mankind, in which a group of differently ESP... Read morePublished on Dec 18 2000 by mathilde de gardin