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matthewmatters July 9th 2017 02:35 PM

The Space Trilogy
Has anyone here read or attempted reading the space trilogy by C.S Lewis? it consists of the three books - out of the silent planet, perelandra and that hideous strength (which i got all in one volume together).

I was really interested at first, but with it been from the 1930s, it was hard to understand a lot of what they were talking about and i like to really get into the story itself with any book and i ended up giving up some point during the first part. It might be considered one of the harder books to read.

.:Bibliophile:. July 13th 2017 06:23 AM

Re: The Space Trilogy
I have not. If you are interested in a good sci-fi series you might want to look into the mars trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson. I think the books are red mars, blue mars and green mars.

Tieracamara July 13th 2017 09:02 AM

Re: The Space Trilogy
I really would like to read this trilogy for as long as I do not have time to sozheleniyu. The books are already on the shelf, I think I will start in August.

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