The Dark Side of the Sun

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  • Paperback
  • 235 pages
  • The Dark Side of the Sun
  • Terry Pratchett
  • English
  • 20 August 2017
  • 0552133264

10 thoughts on “The Dark Side of the Sun

  1. says:

    I think, for the preservation of sci fi as a book genre, this book should only be read by either fans of Terry Pratchett himself or of obscure, vintage sci fi And I reason thusTerry Pratchett is an amazing writer Of fantasy I know many people would argue, but I don t think he would have become half the writer he was if he had not been writing in the fantasy genre His ability to write about people is what made him wonderful and well loved, but putting that in to a fantasy setting made it T I think, for the preservation of sci fi as a book genre, this book should only be read by either fans of Terry Pratchett himself or of obscure, vintage sci fi And I reason thusTerry Pratchett is an amazing writer Of fantasy I know many people would argue, but I don t think he would have become half the writer he was if he had not been writing in the fantasy genre His ability to write about people is what made him wonderful and well loved, but putting that in to a fantasy setting made it The Dark Side of the Sun is a half decent attempt at sci fi It has all the elements of a humorous lark la Hitchhiker s and has some great imagination when it comes to technology, but there always seemed to be too much happening at once Terry had a hard time explaining everything in a well thought out manner.The ...

  2. says:

    Having gone back and read and been pleasantly surprised by Strata recently I knew it would only be a matter of time before I went even further back in to Pratchett s formative publishing years and happily I was not disappointed, especially as now I am a fan of science fiction rather than a guy who loves Discworld and was willing to give anything written by Terry Pratchett a go.I remembered really enjoying this one, quite a bitthan Strata in fact, and that is still true all these years la Having gone back and read and been pleasantly surprised by Strata recently I ...

  3. says:

    I wonder if Pratchett is embarrassed by this book or whether he simply sees it as a necessary part of learning to become an author This book, like Strata, is from his science fiction fantasy stage where he concentrates too hard on the things about fantasy worlds which make them different specifically the technological gizmoes.In later life, Pratchett came to realise that all good story telling is ultimately about characters not necessarily human As readers, we do not care about the all I wonder if Pratchett is embarrassed by this book or whether he simply sees it as a necessary part of learning to become an author This book, like Strata, is from his science fiction fantasy stage where he concentrates too hard on the things about fantasy worlds which make them different specifically the technological gizmoes.In later life, Pratchett came to realise that all good story telling is ultimately about characters not necessarily human As readers, we do not care about the allegedly fantastical elements of fantasy worlds we do invest such things with our emotions We need people of all species that we can worry about,lovve, hate or cheer on to ultimate triumph.Fortunately for...

  4. says:

    I have a special relationship with four pairs of first albums Sure, as musicians mature, the best among them becometechnical,complex, deeper in many ways yet in very special cases, the combination of youthful drive and youthful naivet can produce what in hind sight is their best work The four bands in question are Judas Priest, ...

  5. says:

    Pratchetts version of Dune A classic style space opera with all of the problems that implies but shorter and with the usual Pratchett wit It isn t a comedy though, in fact while its not overly serious you could barely even call it a satire About as funny as The Fifth Element.As i said it has all the problems of space opera, too many characters, too many names, too much technobabble, too many weird concepts etc but its short so not as annoying There were still several occasions when i litera Pratchetts version of Dune A classic style space opera with all of the problems th...

  6. says:

    A cute story Popcorn for the brain The usual tongue in check social commentary of all Practchett s discworld tales.A good read.

  7. says:

    For the amount of pages this book had, it took me a while to get through It was not an easy read, perhaps feeling a bitlike an experimental book Indeed, to my knowledge Pratchett has not really made a habit of writing sci fi, possibly with good reason I think this books main fault is in the fact it is too alien ...

  8. says:

    P is for Pratchett, and this is my first Terry Pratchett novel somehow He s often recommended alongside of Douglas Adams, though it must be confessed that Pratchett was genuinely a writer as opposed to a guy like Adams, who really resisted that title.He has a very facile way, like Adams, of spooling out wild scififantasy, really concepts and this book throwsthings at the wall than you can shake a stick at, for such a short novel It could be hard to follow or visualize at times, P is for Pratchett, and this is my first Terry Pratchett novel somehow He s often recommended alongside of Douglas Adams, though it must be confessed that Pratchett was genuinely a writer as opposed to a guy like Adams, who really resisted that title.He has a very facile way, like Adams, of spooling out wild scififantasy, really concepts and this book throwsthings at the wall than you can shake a stick at, for such a short novel It could be hard to follow or visualize at times, like with Neuromancer, though if the latter is occasionally opaque, this istranslucent and occasionally quite brilliant with its imagery Case in point, the sundogs.It, like many SF novels, is basically a mystery Having just read The Night of Kadar and The Douglas Convolution,...

  9. says:

    A I Shall Wear Midnight le puse 4 estrellas por ser Pratchett cuando se merec a 3 A este le pongo 1 estrella por ser Pratchett, porque si llega a ser otro autor, no lo habr a conseguido ni acabar.Este libro, junto a Strata, supone una inmersi n en el g nero de la ciencia ficci n Bueno, ciencia ficci n en el sentido amplio de las space operas, las navecitas con hiperespacio, los extraterrestes pintorescos y dem ...

  10. says:

    Here is the thing, I do not understand why there are so many negative reviews and bad ratings on this book.I myself have quite enjoyed reading this book, yes it is void of somethorough descriptions but they are not so much needed to be able to enjoy the book.The thing is this is one of Terry Pratchett s earliest books and is not riddled with cleverly placed satiric sentences that catches you off guard and you find yourself laughing out loud in a public place looking like a complete idiot.N Her...

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