By Stanislaw Lem
Six explorers—the Captain, general practitioner, Engineer, Chemist, Physicist, and Cyberneticist—crash land on a stunning yet unusual planet, fourth from one other solar. The panorama is weird and wonderful, webhosting acrid deserts, hissing bushes, and thick spiderlike plants. however it is the symptoms of humanity which are so much confusing. In a labyrinth of plant-shaped structures are useless ends, passageways, domes, vaulted ceilings, and huge statues. And far and wide there are photos of loss of life: mass graves, our bodies in ditches and wells, clusters of egglike buildings packed with skeletons.
anything is inaccurate with the population of Eden. yet because the team unlocks the secrets and techniques of this twisted society, the main haunting truth they need to face is how comparable it's to their own.
The Chicago Tribune lauded Stanislaw Lem as “not just a really good spinner of stories of the glorious but additionally a hard thinker of the meanings and ramifications of technology.” Eden stands as a undying and robust exam of the clash among human nature, human discovery, and all-too-human flaws.
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Eden (Helen & Kurt Wolff Book) by Stanislaw Lem