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Review of “The City” by Clifford D. Simak

Did you find a copy of The City by Clifford D. Simak? I hope you did. Please tell me you did. I don’t want you to read on if you didn’t. Clifford D. Simak is my guilty pleasure. His short stories are amazing, and always manage to push into new territories. Territories, that I might add, few dare touch even now. Where he really excels is in the novel. Technically our novel today is a collection of short stories, assembled in a neat framework and involving an interlinked cast of characters. I picked this book not only because it’s a classic, and usually regarded as his best, but also because the structure shows off what he does best. Continue reading Review of “The City” by Clifford D. Simak