It is strange to find the future author of "Stranger in a Strange Land" writing about a utopia, a strange land with the unlikely combination of a capitalist system and planned economy. The novel shows its magazine origins from 1940 in a somewhat disjointed structure. Also, like much of Isaac Asimov, the novel suffers from verbosity in dialogue: highly intelligent characters thrashing out complicated subjects to death. But many of the ideas are interesting, the action fairly exciting, and some of the descriptions quite lyrical.
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