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  1. One of Zelazny s mythic best, but it s frequently forgotten as it s overshadowed by Creatures of Light and Darkness, Lord of Light, and Amber This one may be one of his sf best, and I believe it may have been influenced by Heinlein It s a rather short work, and is definitely worth a read.

  2. I feel like I ve heard a lot of people talk about how much they love Francis Sandow in Zelazny discussions online As such, I was excited to dive into this book, and had very high expectations.To put things simply, it was great But there was something about Isle that I felt kept it from being on the level of stuff like the Amber series, Lord of Light, This Immortal, A Night in the Lonesome Octoberyou get the idea I m not sure what it was I think it may have just been that the book felt I feel like I ve heard a lot of people talk about how much they love Francis Sandow in Zelazny discussions online As such, I was excited to dive into this book, and had very high expectations.To...

  3. I wanted to like this, I really did But I really didn t It took half the book to even start to get into it and it was just too bizarre and not enough explainations for things Maybe it is too dated for me for a sci fi I also found it quite sexist Even for when it was written I saw potential but a lot of things needed to be done differently,information given I could not visualize this In many ways I felt like it took place in the 1920s 1940s Not much of a sci fi feel very often A f I wanted to like this, I really did But I really didn t It took half the book to even start to get into it and it was just too biza...

  4. This book was just meh all the way through I didn t find anything I really liked about it The world building wasn t detailed enough for me At the beginning there were a lot of things I was excited to learnabout What is worldscaping How does bearing a Name work But by the end, the boo...

  5. The story is okay, but the author inserted a LOT of fluff to get it up to 50,000 words This should have been a novella.The story isabout a problem the main character told in first person has than his development from an ordinary person to a worldscaper who seems to be immortal or the next thing to it.Like most fictional immortals, he has a lot of mortals who ve crossed his path in his lifetime Lovers, enemies, friends, etc Some of these have been revived via growing a new body a The story is okay, but the author inserted a LOT of fluff to get it up to 50,000 words This should have been ...

  6. This book is followed by To Die in Italbar It s an interesting blend of SF Fantasy A human studies to make worlds, honing his psyche psi powers to host an alien god Another human tries to do the same picks up a god who is en...

  7. I derived a Samhain ritual from this one.

  8. Zelazny dealing with immortality, gods, passage of time and human nature in way only he could

  9. Incredible Pacing This is the first Zelazny I have read, and I do not think it will be my last Searched terraforming in Google. obscurely, this is what I ended up buying second hand offfor three dollars, gaping hole in cover included I read to halfway, and was rather bored so I put it down for a little bit But I wish I hadn t because little did I know the shit was about to get reeaaal and would only grow from there As an aspiring writer, I am eager to learn from the masters Here Incredible Pacing This is the first Zelazny I have read, and I do not think it will be my last Searched terraforming in Google. obscurely, this is what I ended up buying second hand offfor three dollars, gaping hole in cover included I read to half...

  10. It took me a while to get into this story, the quality of the audio tape recording wasn t very good, but once I was in, it was rather speedily flowing story as all of Zelazny s books, come to think of that.So ...