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Book Reviews of Venus Plus X

Venus Plus X
Venus Plus X
Author: Theodore Sturgeon
ISBN-13: 9780440193609
ISBN-10: 0440193605
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 218
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Dell; First Thus edition
Book Type: Paperback
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tracymar avatar reviewed Venus Plus X on + 407 more book reviews
Charlie Johns is snatched by the Ledom from 20th century America to a futuristic unisex Eden with no Adms or Eves. But this Eden also has a serpent.
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Typical 1970s science fiction using social commentary to tell the story.
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Definately a psycadelic bent to the book.

"Meet a plausable, provocative, frightening, new species! The Ledom had made a world without war, without fear - a world in which each individual was free to love, to create, to explore... The Ledom, a gentle and kindly new race, made their twentieth-century guest, Charlie Johns, welcome to their paradise. Charlie thought he was in heaven. But then he found out just where - and when - he was... and Eden turned into a nightmare!"

"The most way out story Theodore Sturgeon has ever written."

Published by: Pyramid books (c) 1960 - 1971 edition
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