The Door Into Summer, Robert A. Heinlein, 1957

Episode002_The_Door_Into_Summer_Robert_A_Heinlein                     This time-travel story combines engineering, a love triangle and one very intelligent cat. It’s one of the so-called Juveniles that Robert A. Heinlein wrote in the 1950’s.

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One Response to The Door Into Summer, Robert A. Heinlein, 1957

  1. chimeradave says:

    When I read it, I couldn’t get past the idea of who Davis falls in love with considering that I didn’t feel like he’d ever really met her. I’d say more, but since you don’t spoil things in your review I don’t want to spoil them here in the comments.

    But here is a link to my review of the book for those of you that have already read the book and know what I’m referring to.


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