1971: ‘Ananke’ by Stanislaw Lem

September 11, 2008

Hertzsprung-Russell rating: O106.5+

Available in: More Tales Of Pirx The Pilot

In Stanislaw Lem’s native Poland, the letter ‘w’ is often represented by the letter ‘v’. In tribute, I will follow the same rule for my review of this story. Ahem. This story is wery, wery boring. I would rather have a wiolent wasectomy with a scalpel soaked in winegar and then get kicked and wigourously and wiciously in the testicles by Darth Wader than read it again.


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One Response to “1971: ‘Ananke’ by Stanislaw Lem”

  1. EW Says:

    No brain cells alive. Just read something simple and don’t bother your silly li’l head.


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