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10 thoughts on “The Mind Cage

  1. says:

    This 1957 novel is based on a five page short work titled, The Great Judge first published in 1948 It s a true novel rather than one of the many fix ups van Vogt constructed from previously published short stories It starts off very well, with a man being sentenced to death in court From there, we enter the weird weird world of van Off we go in one of van s dreamt up clunky plot entanglements Characters switching bodies and identities, while random others come in and out of the loopy narr This 1957 novel is based on a five page short work titled, The Great Judge first published in 1948 It s a true novel rather than one of the many fix ups van Vogt constructed from previously published short stories It starts off very well, with a man being sentenced to death in court From there, we enter the weird weird world of van Off we go in one of van s dreamt up clunky plot entanglements Characters switching bodies and identities, while random...


  2. says:

    I ve read two other van Vogt novels The World of Null A and The Book of Ptath , both of which feature very convoluted plots While reading them, I realized it would take me forever to finish them if I kept rereading every time I didn t understand something, so I stopped doing that And it was fine because at the end of both of them, van Vogt ties things up satisfactorily and I understood most of what I hadn t previously The Mind Cage is a book I found out about when I was browsing eBay a few y I ve read two other van Vogt novels The World of Null A and The Book of Ptath , both of which feature very convoluted plots While reading them, I realized it would take me forever to finish them if I kept rereading every time I didn t understand something, so I stopped doing that And it was fine because at the end of both of them, van Vogt ties things up satisfactorily and I understood most of what I hadn t previously The Mind Cage is a book I found out about when I was browsing eBay a few years ago The premise was intriguing Shortly before a criminal is put to death for sedition, a friend of his, who happens to be a government official who is loyal to the monarch, is tricked into switching minds with him I happened to find it for a low price at a used bookstore a...


  3. says:

    Ecco un nuovo Van Vogt, estroso e ragionato come tutte le opere di questo affascinante autore, le cui teorie assurgono ad autentici voli pindarici, ben fondendosi i temi poetici e scientifici che reggono le fila di tutte le storie vanvogtiane Qui, in questo Cervello trappola , acc...


  4. says:

    This is a science fiction book from the 50s my dad had been on me to read for years When I finally got down to it, I loved it The story held up amazingly well today, think of it as the machine or robots going live concept Bu...


  5. says:

    I haven t read any hard science fiction in a long time, but I d read a couple of van Vogt s works many years ago, so gave this one a try I wasn t disappointed I was confused off and on throughout the story as to who was whom, but it was very interesting, and it kept me guessing through to the ...


  6. says:

    I read this when it was new in 1957 or shortly thereafter On re reading, the foresight technically is astonishing He even details a scheme for voice recognition by devices I ve forgotten everything about it other than a warm memory of it an...


  7. says:

    Keskmine antiutoopia, kus kehvapoolse korraldusega tulevikuriigi teener, k rge s jav elane, satub he surmam istetud teadlase kehasse Mulle ldiselt taolised lood ei meeldi, kus ksiku kangelase silmad avanevad, ta asub s steemi vastu v itlusse ja rebib selle paari n dalaga ribadeks Selle raamatu...


  8. says:

    Van Vogt ha scritto molto, ma non sempre la qualit delle sue storie stata eccelsa.Questo Cervello Trappola purtroppo rientra nella parte meno riuscita della sua produzione Alcuni spunti buttati l e non sviluppati, alcune sottotrame raffazzonate, rendono la lettura meno gradevole di altre sue opere.


  9. says:

    a society controlled by a brain, a judge who cant judge himself and a mans mind and body not his own a little out there and the continued identity switching a little too messy for me but the writing style and language was a gas to read as it fit the times and gave me ...


  10. says:

    The heck Apparently I ve read this book twice At least I read it in June of 2011 and just found it on my old reading list from 2006 I had absolutely no idea.Anyways, back in 06, I wrote, Ha A punch out ending


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