Rogue Moon, by Budrys, Algis

When Algis Budrys' novel Rogue Moon came out in 1960 several of the genres most important critics jumped on its bandwagon and proclaimed it to be perhaps the worthiest SF novel that had ever been written. Luminaries such as Willis E. McNelly, Damon Knight and James Blish prophesied that it would go down in history as the most important novel of the decade. Blish even went so far as to say that it was as worthy of serious study as James Joyce's Ulysses. Reading it here almost fifty […]

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