The Shrinking Man (Richard Matheson)
26 January 2005
Avril Stringer (1 September 2005 17:48)
This is fairly typical of this kind of book. It is the story of what would happen in these circumstances in a matter of fact way, without much characterisation or drama.
Graham MacDonald (6 April 2005 13:04)
Oh come on guys... It wasn't that bad!
gregor moir (1 April 2005 13:53)
Marc Reynolds (31 March 2005 18:54)
A tedious book, with a tedious hero. I couldn't sympathise or empathise with him. Also full of too many inconsistencies where size is concerned
Graham MacDonald (6 February 2005 17:10)
I really enjoyed this but I think it had just a couple too many flaws to be a classic. However, I thought that what it had to say about our reaction to people who are phsically different from us was very interesting. If I could give it 3 and a half stars I would.