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The World That Couldn't Be

The World That Couldn't Be by Clifford D. Simak
By: (1904-1988)

In "The World That Couldn't Be" by Clifford D. Simak, the author takes readers on a journey to a strange and fascinating world where the laws of physics are completely different. The story follows the protagonist, a scientist named Stephen Dilk, as he tries to make sense of this new world and find a way to return to his own.

Simak's writing is imaginative and thought-provoking, creating a vivid world that is both alien and intriguing. The characters are well-developed and the plot is engaging, keeping readers hooked until the very end. The book explores complex themes such as the nature of reality and the limitations of human understanding, making it a compelling read for fans of science fiction and speculative fiction.

Overall, "The World That Couldn't Be" is a captivating and thought-provoking novel that will leave readers pondering long after they have finished the last page. Simak's mastery of world-building and storytelling shines through in this imaginative tale that challenges perceptions and pushes the boundaries of imagination. Highly recommended for fans of the genre.

Book Description:
Layard was a curiosity to sociologists. The planet supported thriving tribes of natives but they were genderless. How could tribes form without families? But Gavin Duncan didn’t care. He had come to Layard to farm vua plants. Their berries cured mental illnesses and were one of the most expensive commodities in the galaxy. He was going to make his fortune if he could just keep the Cytha at bay, a big, dumb animal that could munch through 10 rows of vua in a night. Despite native superstitions he was going to have to hunt and kill the pest if he was to protect his crop. It was a dim-witted beast. How hard could it be? – 'The World That Couldn’t Be' was first published in the January 1958 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction magazine.


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