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READ ↠ JILLSCUPCAKES.CO.UK Ë Clifford D. SimakI can t emember where I first heard of this I thought it was from a goodreads
"friend but no "but no seems to have eviewed it that I m friends with But this was just AMAZING I can t believe I *Ve Spent So Many Decades Reading Science *spent so many decades eading science and never come across this author beforeI LOVED this A woman historian The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of Rumpelstiltskin robots who d lived 1000s of years ghosts and a post apocalyptic Earth that had beeneborn The book eminded me most of Peter Beagle s work There was a gentleness to the characters and the setting
that despite the context made it feel comforting It had somedespite the context made it feel comforting It had some science fiction tropes but played them out in a wonderfully uniue and interesting way I am definitely going to ead everything else I can find by this author Cemetery World is the 4th Science Fiction story by Clifford Simak that I ve No Beast So Fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, the Deadliest Animal in History read in the past couple of years I ve enjoyed for the most part especially enjoyed The Werewolf Principle and City Cemetery World was an entertaining enjoyableeadFletcher Carson Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 returns to Earth now a Cemetery World for the descendants of Earthlings After a world destroying war thousands of years before the majority of theemaining humans escaped and inhabited planets throughout the Universe A company Cemetery has turned the Earth into the cemetery of choice for its descendants of course they make much money off of it Carson accompanied by a obot who was originally from Earth Elmer and a sentient machine Bronco wants to travel around Earth making a movie let s call it Arriving on Earth he also meets Cynthia who arrived before and joins the group searching for treasure artifacts left behind by an alien Anachr. Pasaulinės fantastikos aukso fondas 11 tomasPrieš dešimt tūkstančių metų Žūtbūtinis Karas sunaikino Žemės civilizaciją Tik nedaugeliui laimingųjų pavy. .
OnianThat s the basic story As the group travel they are hounded by agents of Cemetery some great ideas and concepts and lovely descriptions from time to time but very disjointed and
ends up abruptly like he was tired of writing it plus a tacked on omance yarghup abruptly like he was tired of
"writing it plus "it plus tacked on L. Munatius Plancus romance yargh I ll cutight to the chase Cemetery World is one of the most horrifically written sloppily conceived and all around terrible excuses of a novel I have ever had the misfortune to Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality read Aftereading the stunning classic A Canticle for Leibowitz I couldn t distance myself *from a book set centuries hell millennia into the future and at the *a book set centuries hell millennia into the future and at the glance Cemetery World could almost be an unofficial and accidental seuel to Canticle humans eturn to Earth from space 10000 years into the future only to discover that the planet is not what it was originally perceived to be Heck the idea itself is not bad at all and Simak s somewhat dystopian ideas of Earth becoming a massive cemetery are entertaining Even the cover looks like something out of a cheesy 1980 s post apocalyptic summer blockbusterBut that s about all there is to praise about Cemetery Planet because there eally is NOTHING good about this book Simak has to be one of the worst writers I have ever The Pink Pearl read Aside from hisepetitiveness and general lack of knowledge concerning the use of a thesaurus it s clear that the guy knows nothing of how to write a dialogue I don t know about other eaders but I grew tired of the constant sentence interruptions with the typical he saidshe said For example So she said What about blah blah blah I don t know I said Let s blah blah blah Seriously Simak take a crea. Ko pasprukti į žvaigždes ir pradėti ten naują gyvenimą Dabar Žemė visų Galaktikos žmonių paskutinė poilsio vieta Čia įrengtas bekraštis per visus žem. Tive writing course on how to craft decent dialogue structure
"conversations should show "should show sort *of creativity and they surely do not have to be that boringThen there is the *creativity and they surely do not have to be that boringThen there is the Like I said the plot idea wasn t bad but Simak manages to Galaxies in the Universe: An Introduction ruin his own brainchild with his slow story telling that involves too many characters or settings only to leave theeader scratching their head going whaaaaaaat Take for instance Bronco and Elmer Interesting characters to be sure and the author goes into far too much detail describing them and how Fletcher found the Dying to Be Ill: True Stories of Medical Deception robot Elmer and yet he as well as Bronco only compose maybe 14 of this book s plot Speaking of plot the ending just doesn t work both literally and fictionally Ignore the fact that it s wrapped up in 2 paragraphs but just like Terminator 2 it doesn t make sense Let s just say it involves time travel like Back to the Future but in no way does Simak even attempt to explain it Cemetery World was bad Horriblyotten I kept Octavio's Journey reading hoping the story would pick up or the loop holes that were created would be filled As you can see from my scathingeview both of those hopes like a bug were smashed flat This may not have been as bad as Nueromancer or One Second After but it was pretty damn close to being the worst book I have Philosophy in Social Work read this year Honestly if you want a good take on the future of Earth after a devastating nuclear war stick with A Canticle for Leibowitz I wouldecommend if considering a Simak novel for the first time beginning with Way Station or City This is an ok novel at best and not up to par with some of his other poignant and poetically written books. Ynus nusidriekęs Kapinynas Fletčeris Karsonas ketina aplankyti savo protėvių planetą ir įminti visas jos paslaptisKnygoje taip pat skaitykitePLACDARMASMIRAŽAS.
Clifford D. Simak