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Summary

As Kinnall Darival writes "I" in his journal, he knows this pronoun is forbidden by his people of Manneran because it is too personal. But through the use of a powerful, mind-altering drug, he has learned to understand what people are really feeling and to speak for himself. Now he is compelled to share his message of liberation, regardless of the risk. This science fiction classic is a cult favorite from a Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author.

©1971 Robert Silverberg (P)2002 Recorded Books,LLC

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Story OK, horrible protagonist

Self-centred aristocrat believes he has discovered the answer to society’s ills, and despite his new philosophy of love of which he appoints himself the prophet, he proceeds to proselytise without any regard for his fellow beings. This man is so irritating, without an ounce of self awareness (ironically), that I want ended up wishing the worst for him.

The narration was good.