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Vilkolakio principas Endri Bleik , surast u aldyt kapsul je tolimoje planetoje, parve a em Jam permet , masto ir elgiasi jis kaip mogus Ta iau netrukus suvokia, kad jo smegenyse gyvena dvi b tyb s keistas biologinis kompiuteris ir vilk primenantis padaras Pastarajam u vald ius k n , Bleikas pab ga i ligonin s, kad pagaliau atskleist savo praeities paslaptis

About the Author: Clifford D. Simak

He was honored by fans with three Hugo awards and by colleagues with one Nebula award and was named the third Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America SFWA in 1977 Wikipedia See

10 thoughts on “Vilkolakio principas

  1. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    Second or third read My previous review still stands This time I want to add that the poetry of the writing surprised me Lots of beautiful imagery and stylings not purple prose, and easy to overlook in one

  2. Deborah Ideiosepius Deborah Ideiosepius says:

    This was actually a muchenjoyable book on this re read than it was on the first reading A lot of that is a mood thing, I know, but The Werewolf Principle is an odd sort of book in a lot of ways.This classic sci fi

  3. Jim Jim says:

    I am beginning to like Clifford D SimakandHis Way Station was magnificent, and The Werewolf Principle, while not so good, has moments of sheer brilliance plus a brilliant ending.Two hundred years before, man created an a

  4. Rose Rose says:

    Simak has written some of the best science fiction out there Way Station and City were both fantastic The Werewolf Principle was not It takes place in the future Scientists had created a humanoid being with the ability to morph

  5. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    One of theuniversally appealing Simak, perhaps Many of the ideas could have been conceived by other writers But only Simak s House would have offered not wallpaper that s a collage of thousands of eyes, when requested to change it fro

  6. Bill Bill says:

    Back in my university days, I took a Science Fiction novel course One of the books we read was City, a story of the future where all that remains on Earth are dogs and robots A beautiful, engaging, touching story For some reason, I ve never

  7. Tom Loock Tom Loock says:

    Was it just to surprise myself when I chose to re read The Werewolf Principle by Clifford D Simak I have pleasant memories of reading a couple of Simaks at the same time in the 70s and picked this one at random for a revisit.Though published in the

  8. Roddy Williams Roddy Williams says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here In the middle distant future, Andrew Blake, discovered on a distant planet huddled inside a capsule, is brought back to Earth suffering from total amnesia.Over 200 years old,

  9. Paul Weiss Paul Weiss says:

    40 years old andcurrent than ever Upon turning the final page of this powerful novel, 21st century readers of The Werewolf Principle will likely set the book down slack jawed with amazement at Simak s thoughtful, prescient exploration of genetic engineering, a s

  10. Roberto Roberto says:

    My favourite thing about this book was probably the cover However, i did also enjoy the talking houses and the brownies, who were super cute It had a lot going for it, some good ideas, but lacked style, and the love story was defo forced, c mon the guy s part wolf or w

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