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“I am almost at the end of re-reading Pohl's gateway...”

Written on: 04/11/2008

I am almost at the end of re-reading Pohl's gateway after couple of years I had read it for the first time. Now I am older and I highly appreciate this novel. I would even recommend this to anyone who doesn't like scifi books. The main character is a typical anti-hero remembering old times at the gateway. Every other chapter he is having those psychiatric sessions with Siegfried which allows reader to really get to know this person and his motivations, feelings. The story of Bob Broadhead is… Read Full Review

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“Frederik Pohl, Gateway - This is a peculiar novel. For...”

Written on: 19/09/2004 by dierckxjan (34 reviews written)

Frederik Pohl, Gateway - This is a peculiar novel. For 300 pages you think you're reading a SF novel and it's only in the last 13 pages that you become aware of the fact that all along it was mainly about psychology. The SF elements are only the background for this novel.
The two main characters are Bob, his full name is Robinette Broadhead, and Sigfrid, a psychotherapist.
Bob, a poor devil who wins the lottery, is finally able to leave the Earth (or at least what is left of the habitable part… Read Full Review

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