Dying Inside, by Silverberg, Robert

I have an internal debate about Robert Silverberg's Dying Inside over whether this book gets genre qualification because of the author, or the topic. This book is essentially a long character study about a mind reading Jewish man who lives in New York City who is gradually losing his extraordinary power. Written in 1972, this falls into the era when Silverberg was at the absolute top of his game. Clute and Nichols have said that it didn't win any awards because it was too intense and […]

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