Book Reviews of The Cyberiad

The Cyberiad
The Cyberiad
Author: Stanislaw Lem
ISBN-13: 9780156235501
ISBN-10: 0156235501
Publication Date: 6/26/1985
Pages: 312
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Harvest Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A lightweight set of fairy tales set in a very vaguely SF universe. Amusing, but nothing that sticks with me over time. I'd read it before - years ago - and remembered none of it. Still, it's fun while you read it, and it is probably Lem's most famous work
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The Polish writer, Lem Stanisslaw died a couple of months ago. Probaly the best science fiction in any language. 2 robots try to ou-invent one another. Traveling to the far corners of the cosmos taking on free lance problem solving jobs. Really enjoyable
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Fables for the cybernetic age by Poland's premier SF author/polymath.
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Much funnier and more uniquely descriptive of humanity than I'd anticipated. Douglas Adams's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy owes much to this classic.