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Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published November 8th by Wydawnictwo Literackie. More Details Original Title. Trylogia Progresu 1. Zajdel Award for Novel Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Pretty sure the world and I needs an English translation of this book?
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Jan 21, Hubert Jarema rated it it was ok. Mar 12, Volodymyr Kuznietsov rated it really liked it. The book feels more like a philosophical manifesto than actual fiction. Can't blame it for that, though. Futuristic ideas are fascinating enough and still feel fresh despite 20 years passed since the book was written. The main concept of progress and development of life is also a good one but in the end, the plot and characters was sacrificed to make more room for all the idea-part.
You are too important for this Universe" - it is not irony, it's a quote. Enough to read it twice, actually. And you'll need to do that to actually understand all the details in the first two chapters.
Jan 25, Marek Pawlowski rated it liked it. Ok, that was quite difficult to read. The author is just throwing you into the world and not explaining anything. Slowly you are getting used to it but still this book requires from you a lot of focus and attention.
Oct 14, Bartek Krawczyk rated it really liked it. Hard to read in the beginning but after you get used to the new language forms it is great. As usual Dukaj has some fascinating ideas. Oct 05, Cich rated it it was amazing Shelves: love-them. My favorite book by Dukaj. Cool cocktail of meta-physics and posthumanism. Jan 04, Jacek rated it liked it. Also there are a few ideas going way, way to far for a former scientist like me.
Teking two stars for these two things leaves me at Jan 27, Jakub rated it it was amazing. Fantastic story. Unlike other Dukaj books I've read, the narration was quite fluent, and the amount of neologisms wasn't that big. Is that because protagonist is still single-threaded? Enjoyed this one a lot. Jun 10, L3l0 rated it it was amazing. I read this book twice time, and for each i found there many new things. Author mention about topics from IT, philosophy, math, cosmology, biology.
Its awesome SF book. Jan 04, Marta rated it it was amazing. I have read it twice and I can't wait for next two parts. May 06, Kreetka rated it it was amazing.
Apr 27, Emil rated it it was amazing. Brilliant book. Author writes about the future, but many things refers to present times. It is just great. One of the best sci-fi books I've read. Aug 20, Dhclaw added it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. To complicated to write a review. Amazing book.
Mind-twisting to the highest extent, however somehow brilliant in it's image of XXIX century universe s and post-physics. Will definitely have to read it again. Jun 28, Ignacy Sobczak added it. Metaphysics and speculative sociology yet Dukaj manages to give us some little goofs with Holocaust jokes. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Jacek Dukaj is a Polish science fiction and fantasy writer. And in a world where whole universes are dedicated to the sole purpose of serving as the weapon laboratories for the arms race between multiversal civilizations, can a normal human become anything more than a toy of inconceivably intelligent beings? Instant message the author and ask questions about the book or about anything you wish. In the twentieth century, a direct and influential precursor to transhumanist concepts was J.
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