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Angelo di Negri a Mafia assassin has been revived from suspended animation a few centuries i. This is one of Zelazny s most over looked novels a uasi experimental piece in which no one is uite what they seem to be when they are introduced It s a short book that covers a long time a deeply character driven study with a taut and crackling plot a crime caper set rigidly in a science fiction setting In short it s vintage Zelazny challenging and rewarding thought provoking and entertaining

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N the future by the mostly legitimate successors of the criminal organization and given a mi. you need to read this book through a number of timeseach time it gets a little thicker and you find yourself wondering why you didn t see that before I read this every time I get frustrated with the human race in general and think the inevitable wouldn t it be nice if people weren t so this brings me back to reality

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Ssion to assassinate a scientist on a fortified facility on an otherwise uninhabited planet.. One of his weirder books


10 thoughts on “Today We Choose Faces

  1. says:

    This is one of Zelazny's most over looked novels a uasi experimental piece in which no one is uite what they seem to be when they are introduced It's a short book that covers a long time a deeply character driven

  2. says:

    What the hell?? I've been so looking forward to reading some Zelazny and picked this one up at random I admit it I liked the

  3. says:

    A Mafia hit man gains immortality through freezing his body cloning He then guides the human race toward a peaceful existence When trouble strikes he is forced to confront pieces of himself that he thought were no longer needed face down the enemyVery well done uniuely Zelazny An interesting SF plot is turned to excellent through his masterful writing style

  4. says:

    If you’re willing to be confused for the first hundred pages the payoff is worth it Almost 50 years after its publication this is still the among the best explorations of the potential benefits and risks of trying to guide humanity toward improvement over time Should kindness order and security be prioritized

  5. says:

    I like almost nothing about this 1973 Zelazny pure SF novel It completely failed engage me at any point I just struggled through it because I figured it had to get better at some point and because is it packed with stylistic innovations that are interesting solely from an academic standpoint But it didn't add up for me A huge disappointment after reading Bridge of Ashes which has a similar almost identical in many ways stylistic

  6. says:

    you need to read this book through a number of timeseach time it gets a little thicker and you find yourself wondering why you didn't see 'th

  7. says:

    One of his weirder books

  8. says:

    Continuing my re reading of the Zelazny canon My records tell me I read this book 28 years ago but I had no memory of it Part I feels very different from the previous Zelazny books I've read There's a definite science ficti

  9. says:

    Slow to start but picks up towards the middleend Might have been better if the parts were swapped around or at least might have been easier to follow Interesting stuff regarding evolutioneugenics

  10. says:

    Interesting but a little hard to follow