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Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓

Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ Daniel Francis Galouye 11 February 1920 – 7 September 1976 was an American science fiction writer During the 1950s and 1960s he contributed novelettes and short stories to various digest size science fiction magazines sometimes writing under the pseudonym Louis G DanielsAfter Galouye pronounced Gah lou ey graduated from Louisiana State University BA he worked as a reporter for severa

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  1. Stephen Stephen says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleThe above rating graphic provides a pretty good assessment of my opinion of the storywhich stands to reason in a DUH thank you Col Obvious sorta way since I created it Well at the risk of raining down obvious all over you let me add that this is certainly a book on which I would recommend you take a pass However for those of you SF completist gluttons for punishment or members of the I think Steve may just be full of shit on this on


  2. Kate Sherrod Kate Sherrod says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleIt's tricky to do a whole lot of world building in just 154 pages even if that world as in Daniel F Galouye's Dark Universe is small and confined by nature The trick is to be telegraphic to let every line convey something about the plot characters and setting all at once or to just let the world building take care of itself let the reader's imagination do that work I realized as I read through this that I prefer the latterI mention this because right from the first page Galouye made the choice I favor less and went a little overboard to the point of raising goose eggs on my noggin with his invented slang and cursing and expressions of folk belief This is a post apocalyptic nuclear war underground world and as the title might just suggest one in which there is maybe not so much


  3. Lesley Lesley says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleI read this book as a young adult in the 70s and the premise behind it stuck with me over the years It came up in conversation many times but I had forgotten the title and author While on holiday in New York I sheltered from the rain one afternoon in NY Central Library where I came across a thick tome about the development of SF and a little research paid off with the details about this book This being the 21st century online ordering meant that after a couple of clicks on and a wait of a few days I had a second hand copy of the book in my possession After 30 years my second reading of the book was not a disappointment OK so perhaps it does not follow current trends in character development and it isn't a great literary masterpiece but I found it a thought provoking short read and the ideas within which attracted me all those yea


  4. Sean Brennan Sean Brennan says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleThis is an absolute gem of a story at a mere 180 pages it conveys concepts and insights than a whole serious of stories by a lesser author Organised Religion is especially highlighted as well as ignorance and lack of knowledge Wonderful


  5. Derek Derek says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleFrom very nearly the get go the reader is in the position of knowing practically everything Very few surprises are in store and frustration is entirely possible because the story never uite reaches the point where it talks about something that the reader hasn't already figured outI suspect that part of this is intentional it reads like a retelling of Plato's Allegory of the Cave and from that perspective the all knowing reader is dragged along as the ignorant cavedwellers are dragged forth into the lightGalouye spends tremendous time fleshing out details of life in the characters' strange world where vision is forgotten light is taken as a metaphor for divinity and the history of the Survivors has been twisted i


  6. prcardi prcardi says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleStoryline 35Characters 25Writing Style 25World 55I really liked this from the opening pages to the very end It was one of those rare occasions where a book settled at the perfect length; anything longer and it would have had to have been written very differently and anything shorter wouldn't have given an adeuate impression This one belongs in the idea book category and it is the world that brings such a delightful readThe story and characters seem to have


  7. Fred Forbes Fred Forbes says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleThis book was on a 5 best recommended list by Richard Dawkins author of the God Delusion and when I read his brief description of a story of a world of people forced to live underground as a result of a nuclear holocaust it caught my interest One aspect intrigued me specifically and that was the idea of someone living in total darkness and never having been exposed to light As a teenager I spent a lot of time spelunking and one of the treats was to reach the terminus of our exploration for the day and extinguishing our lights for a few moments to experience a darkness that must be experienced to be believed And admittedly the author does a good job of recreating that sensation However the plot seems very forced attempting to use words for hearing as their primary sensory input rather than sight eg I hear rather than I see to denote understand


  8. Jim Mcclanahan Jim Mcclanahan says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleWritten at the height of the cold war this short novel explores the possibility of post apocalyptic humans having survived a nuclear holocaust by living in an underground world in which light is totally absent and primitive sonar is the only means of discerning surroundings Also populated by giant mutant bats other h


  9. Bart Hill Bart Hill says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleThis is a great story about far future survivors of the nuclear war living in the far depths below the Earth's surface The way the characters have


  10. Benjamin Straw Benjamin Straw says:

    Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ dark pdf, universe pdf, Dark Universe KindleThe world building is fantastic the ability to hear the face if some one makes me want to be blind The story on the other hand is a bit slow but not to slowlike to the point of falling asleep Plot was great I have never heard a book like it


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Daniel F. Galouye

Epub Daniel F. Galouye ✓ Dark Universe MOBI ¼ ✓ Daniel Francis Galouye 11 February 1920 – 7 September 1976 was an American science fiction writer During the 1950s and 1960s he contributed novelettes and short stories to various digest size science fiction magazines sometimes writing under the pseudonym Louis G DanielsAfter Galouye pronounced Gah lou ey graduated from Louisiana State University BA he worked as a reporter for severa