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❰Reading❯ ➷ The Postman Author David Brin – Ws-musik.de This is the story of a lie that became the most powerful kind of truth A timeless novel as urgently compelling as War Day or Alas Babylon David Brin's The Postman is the dramatically moving saga of aThis is the story of a lie that became the most powerful kind of truth A timeless novel as urgently compelling as War Day or Alas Babylon David Brin's The Postman is the dramatically moving saga of a man who rekindled the spirit of A.

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Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de David Brin is a scientist speaker and world known author His novels have been New York Times Bestsellers winning multiple Hugo Nebula and other awards At least a dozen have been translated into than twenty languages Existence his latest novel offers an unusual scenario for first contact His ecological thriller Earth foreshadowed global warming cyberwarfare and near future trends

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  1. Apatt Apatt says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDF “The heart of my story about a flawed and fretful hero who feels guilt over telling a beautiful lie in order to survive”That is David Brin’s very nice summary of The Postman his best novel IMO This is from an article celebrating the 20th anniversary of the movie adaptati


  2. Lyn Lyn says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFGood post apocalyptic SFDavid Brin’s 1985 novel really a put together of two novellas has won numerous accolades and gushing praise including the 1986 Locus Award And for good reason Brin is a good writer and backs up his prose with real scienceMore than just a Road Warrior after civilization story Brin explores themes of


  3. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFOne of my all time favorite books no uestion I don't give out many 5 star ratings Here I give it enthusiastically I stumbled on this book some years ago and frankly was surprised at how much I liked it There are a lot of post apocalyptic books out there They run the proverbial gamut from excellent to unreadable This is actually not only a good one but one of the bestNo spoilers but we pick up some years after the collapse when the infrastructure of the country has ceased to exist Our hero spots a scam that will help him survive buthe always wonders about the bigger uestions of life and of survival One of the main uestions he confronts constantly is who wi


  4. Stephen Stephen says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDF60 stars This book is the newest addition to my list of ALL TIME FAVORITE novels Simply put I loved this story and characters with whom David Brin has populated it The story is a post apocalyptic novel set in a future United States in which society has collapsed However within this setting the book is really about civilization and the symbols that people rally behind in difficult situations in order to accomplish larger goals beyond their own interestsThe main character is Gordon Krantz a decent man who finds an old Postal uniform and uses it to gain food and shelter in his travels by spreading tales of a “Restored United States” While begun as a “con” to simply survive Gordon eventually sees the power of the ho


  5. Brent Brent says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFI never saw the movie and I took a good long time to get around to the book but I really like this one It's a cautionary yet reassuring story A good fit for the apocalyptic feel of our current world situation Having grown up in western Oregon and visited most of the cities mentioned in the book there was an added a extra sense of reality for me Something missing from the many 'set in LANYC' disaster stories out there


  6. Checkman Checkman says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFI wish I could give this book 25 starsFirst let me say I have to go against the overwhelming tide of opinion that holds this novel to be an excellent work Not that it's terrible but it wasn't what I expected or wantedThe first half of the novel isn't bad as we accompany the protagonist and his effort to survive in post apocalyptic America The character isn't heroic Instead he's a survivor And then we get started with the postman charade At first it has potential the reestablishing of communications to rebuild civilization The lowly mailman as savior or at least re builderIt's interesting to note that the movie hated by many but not me sighran with this part of the story and for


  7. Horace Derwent Horace Derwent says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFThe movie moved me the novel is cautionary and healing meI'm not a big sucker to Sci Fi and I have a penchant for Soft SciRollins Lincoln Preston and some Crichton etc so few books can move meTechnically it's a Sci Fi but I don't take it for a Sci Fi Did anyone read McCarthy's The Road as a Sci Fi or Fantasy stuff?


  8. Clouds Clouds says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFChristmas 2010 I realised that I had got stuck in a rut I was re reading old favourites again and again waiting for a few trusted authors to release new works Something had to be doneOn the spur of the moment I set myself a challenge to read every book to have won the Locus Sci Fi award That’s 35 books 6 of which I’d previously read leaving 29 titles by 14 authors who were new to meWhile working through this reading list I got married went on my honeymoon switched career and became a father As such these stories


  9. Amy Amy says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDFOf course I thought I'd be different and actually enjoy this book since I really enjoyed the movie But no What a train wreck The first half was great; I'd give it 45 stars A post apocalyptic wandering bard finds a postman's outfit and begins delivering the mail hope and unity to the scattered masses Lovely It could have cleanly ended there and all would have been wellThe second half of the book is at best 15 stars It's as if someone else wrote it and it barely resembles the first half of the book at all with its three myths These myths that would have been better left out are an obvious wizard of Oz a foolish band of feminist warriors who infiltrate the enemy's beds and augmented super soldiers one of which is a hippy martial arts new age dude The author also throws in some drug laced tobacco into the mix which


  10. Andy Andy says:

    Kindle The Postman eBook ¶ ✓ ws musik.de postman mobile, The Postman PDF The Postman is a perfect example of a great storyline with a great build up that is then totally ruined by a deus ex machina resolution It's as if the author were given a page count limit and then realized that he was about two dozen pages from that limit and said Uh oh I'd better wrap this up This ranks right up there with Stephen King's The Stand for a


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