Stand On Zanzibar
There are seven billion-plus humans crowding the surface of 21st century Earth. It is an age of intelligent computers, mass-market psychedelic drugs, politics conducted by assassination, scientists who burn incense to appease volcanoes ... all the hysteria of a dangerously overcrowded world, portrayed in a dazzlingly inventive style.
Winner of the Hugo Award for best novel, 1969
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - atreic - LibraryThing
I thought this was a re-read, but it turns out I'd just confused it with the Jagged Orbit. I was going to Zanzibar on holiday, so it seemed amusing to read this. I _think_ I liked it, but it's a very ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KateSherrod - LibraryThing
Simultaneously reading like a deadly earnest Illuminatus! Trilogy scrubbed of all the conspiracy nuttiness*, a fictionalized parable of Toffler's classic Future Shock, a finger-wagging sermon about ... Read full review