The Secrets of Synchronicity

Slabour planet of riches, planet of deathStefin Dae should have died on Slabour, like all good Diggers do After a few years of grubbing in the earth for Creelium the most precious mineral known to man Stefin s lungs should have been so full of red dust that there was no room left for air But Stefin got lucky, or maybe it was just his destiny He escaped from SlaSlabour planet of riches, planet of deathStefin Dae should have died on Slabour, like all good Diggers do After a few years of grubbing in the earth for Creelium the most precious mineral known to man Stefin s lungs should have been so full of red dust that there was no room left for air But Stefin got lucky, or maybe it was just his destiny He escaped from Slabour, stumbled on the key to the universe, the secret of synchronicityd became the most dangerous man in the inhabited galaxies
The Secrets of Synchronicity Slabour planet of riches planet of deathStefin Dae should have died on Slabour like all good Diggers do After a few years of grubbing in the earth for Creelium the most precious mineral known to man

  • Title: The Secrets of Synchronicity
  • Author: Jonathan Fast
  • ISBN: 9780451075567
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Secrets of Synchronicity”

    1. An interesting, and yet, light read with a fast plot that helps move things along before the reader can get bored. However, there are downsides to this story as well which explores several cultural themes from a late 1960s point of view. For instance: the blending of Eastern religion with Western capitalism as well as the exploration into sexual liberation, even though the women are basically slaves and have few, if any, rights to an independent life.Another nice quality to the story is the subl [...]

    2. This book really suffers from being some by-the-numbers science fiction in the style of later Heinlein. There's casual misogyny and some very rote political grandstanding by the author in the form of political strawpeople. That said, the book comes down against capitalism and for an awakened spirituality around the concept of synchronicity that is at least interesting, if not fleshed out very well.

    3. Questo fu uno dei primi Urania che lessi in vita mia, da ragazzino delle medie, se ben ricordo. All'epoca mi piacque parecchio, ma già qualche anno dopo, ad una rilettura, lo svalutai parecchio. La storia non è niente di che, a tratti anche noiosa. Certo, è scorribile e si lascia leggere, ma mancano idee ed invenzioni a cui la SF buona mi ha abituato.

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