The last battle burned the planet to a charred husk, and civilization is nothing more than a few scattered tribes...like the surviving corps of elite killers who served the old dictatorship....or the sadistic bands of motorcycle hoods, prowling the ruins for victims...or the slavers, mutants and madmen preying on those who hope to rebuild the future. Only a brave handful like Logan and his family, who are the hunted in a world of vicious predators, hope to save the strange and bloody land that is Logan's World.
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By Anthony Tomassi on 06-08-18
Very interesting, and very different
I love dystopian fiction, and the world of Logan's Run has fascinated me since I initially discovered the movie in high school. I always say that all good science fiction should make you think, should present an idea or concept. While the concepts of the immediate threat of nuclear war and overpopulation found in Logan's Run were prevalent in the 1970's, it's sequel, Logan's World is even more significant to today's world. In Logan's Run we see a society in which the computer, the Thinker, had been running society, controlling not only the people, but also all robots, other computers, and basic services like electricity. In this book, Logan is dealing with the consequences of having destroyed the machine after returning to Earth roughly seven years after the events of the first book. This book speaks to the ideas of over-reliance on computers, and the effects on society in which the oldest person is in their 20's, and humanity no longer knows how to behave in a civilized fashion after years of self serving instant gratification under the Thinker. It is a fascinating book.....one I highly recommend.
By Ray F Van Neste on 13-07-18
falls off from the first novel
This story isn't nearly as good as Logan's Run, making me think the loss of the co-author was significant