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  • Jonathan Maas

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островHard SciFi with a Strong MessageThere's a part at the beginning of this book and note that I took this insight from the prologue by Theodore Sturgeon where the main character Maxim doesn't dip his hand in water because he senses it's radioactiveThe average reader thinks either 'how would he know that' or perhaps 'he probably wouldn't know that but this is SciFi so I will suspend my disbelief'But this book a hundred pages later explains why Maxim just knows itThat's the Strugatsky brothers They don't tell you what is going on they just assume their readers are patient enough to figure it out laterAnd the premise of this book is the human crash landing on a planet with as many warring tribes as modern day earthThat's the Strugatsky brothers We're used to Star Trek tales where each planet has a single culture maybe two at most if th


  • Olga Davydkina

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островA great book but never ever watch the movie


  • Ivana Books Are Magic

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островThis novel set in future follows a story of Maxim a twenty old Earthling who in want of a better occupation explores space Apparently on Earth of his time that doesn't sound the slightest bit like the society we live on exploring space is something that is frowned upon a hobby fitting for a teenager than a twenty year old guy In fact Maxim should according to his parents and everyone else find something better to do Reflecting on his


  • Gordon

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый остров22nd century communist earth has raised the human being to such heights that even Maxim Kammerer who has the less than prestigious job of exploring new planets chosen at random is a virtual superman compared to the unhappy inhabitants of what he comes to think of as his Undesert Isle IMO a better translation of the Russian title Обитаемый остров Social development there has taken such a bizarre turn that by comparison capitalism looks humane and even fascism not uite so utterly hopeless The plot takes an occasional awkward lurch as Maxim struggles first to understand the place where he is stranded and then to help change it and there are some elements I would have liked to see developed further to avoid spoilers I won't say what they are All the same I have never before read 300 plus pages in Russian uite so uickly or with so much enjoyme


  • Ubik

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островA hard book to get a hold of but definitely worth the search At first I wasnt really getting into it as I found it starting off kinda cheesy but the writing was so good that it kept me going until it really got going The Strugatsky's also have a habit from what I understand this is the first of theirs Ive read of shoot first explain later which means that you might not get whats going on until later in the book so stay tuned There is a great explanation in the beginning of the book by Theodore Sturgeon which although it does kinda give some minor spoilers its worth reading so you can go in kinda understanding how the Strugatsky's game plan works I still kinda found it a little cheesy and would really give it a 455 I


  • Peter

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островThe Noon Universe at its best Ah hell no I'm exaggerating Count Beetle in an Anthill It's Hard To Be A God and Waves Silence the Wind aka The Time Wanderers in as well Now that's the Noonverse at its best no kidding The other half of the series isn't that bad either but these 4 books are totally pivotal to the entire setting and totally one of the best things ever created by the legendary Russian duo PS I'm pretty baffled about the complete lack of any mentions about the plot itself in the synopsis above It sums up the nature of the Noonverse but says little about Maxim's weird adventure on the mildly post apocalyptic Cold War esue world of Saraksh with it's bizzare skyline that heavily influenced the worldview of the local civilization of human aliens


  • Jim

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островBoris and Arkady Strugatsky's Prisoners of Power is one of my favorites in the Noon Universe series in which Earthlings get involved in mostly messed up other worlds There they act as Progressors to bring the populations up to speed with Earth which in future is much together than it is today I have read twelve of the Strugatsky Brothers' sci fi novels in translations half of them belonging to the Noon Universe series Some of them especially Roadside Picnic hold their own among the greatest novels irrespective of genre in the twentieth century


  • Olga

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островThe book is cool the movie just sucked


  • Tatiana Vera

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островSide note I've read this book in its original language and haven't gotten a chance yet to evaluate the uality of the translation This factor aside this is one of my absolute favorite sci fi novels


  • A.

    Обитаемый остров Read ´ 109 Обитаемый островWhile this might not be the Strugatsky brothers' greatest work this is still a damn fine science fiction book It straddles the line very nicely between poking fun at the Soviet system see esp the character of the State Prosecutor and having a much Utopian outlook for our future than most Western SF writers If you're into SF and are looking for something different this book will not disappointStylistically one of the excellent things about this book is the uick jumps it makes The book is somewhat disconcerting; it moves along and then jumps ahead a month or two All the characters are in different places and parts of the plot have moved ahead; the elided plot isn't anything that affects the enjoyment of the book and lets you skip things that might be tiresome But the Strugatsky's don't really come out and say its three months later They leave th