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Martians, Go Home THEY WERE GREENTHEY WERE LITTLETHEY WEREBALD AS BILLIARD BALLSAND THEY WERE EVERYWHERELuke Devereaux Was A Science Fiction Writer, Holed Up In O Desert Shack Waiting For Inspiration He Was The First Man To See A Martianbut He Wasn T The Last It Was Estimated That A Billion Of Them Had Arrived One To Every Three Human Beings On Earth Obnoxious Green Creatures Who Could Be Seen And Heard, But Not Harmed And Who Probed Private Sex Lives As Shamelessly As They Probed Government SecretsNo One Knew Why They Had Come No One Knew How To Make Them Go Away Except, Perhaps, Luke Devereaux Unfortunately Devereaux Was Going Slightly Bananas, So It Wouldn T Be EasyBut For A Science Fiction Writer Nothing Was Impossible


10 thoughts on “Martians, Go Home

  1. says:

    Wow I didn t know what to expect except that this was heralded as one of the best humorous alien invasion novels of all time Upon reading, it worked quite nicely as pure satire It didn t even have a tongue in cheek vibe to it Instead, overnight, we ve got 60 million little green aliens from Mars standing around in our living rooms heckling everything we do.Yikes This is the complete reversal of MST3K And nothing is off limits Humanity is their version of animals in a zoo, and we can t even Wow I didn t know what to expect except that this was heralded as one of the best humorous alien invasion novels of all time Upon reading, it worked quite nicely as pure satire It didn t even have a tongue in cheek vibe to it Instead, overnight, we ve got 60 million little green aliens from Mars standing around in our living rooms heckling everything we do.Yikes This is the complete reversal of MST3K And nothing is off limits Humanity is their version of animals in a zoo, and we can t even blast them away since they just teleport by thought Yikes Better yet, things get wonky in a completely different way, too Writers and fans of writers who write about writing will get a big kick out of this twist No spoilers But it was delightfully hackneyed.Now, in case you ...


  2. says:

    From the title we could expect another invasion from Mars novel, but in light humor tone After read it, I put this story as feel good story There is not much trope conflicts I admit the invasion on this novel is different, I never imagine this kind of invasion It is...


  3. says:

    This has to be one of the most hilarious science fiction novels ever written Frederic Brown 1906 72 , who had spoofed space opera with What Mad Universe in 1949, returned a few years later to write the perfect alien invasion novel, Martians, Go Home Brown was in rare form with this book It was the triumph to his prolific writing streak in the 1950 s.Luke Deveraux is a failed writer specializing in science fiction who s decided to shack it up with a friend in the desert so he can work on anot This has to be one of the most hilarious science fiction novels ever written Frederic Brown 1906 72 , who had spoofed space opera with What Mad Universe in 1949, returned a few years later to write the perfect alien invasion novel, Martians, Go Home Brown was in rare form with this book It was the t...


  4. says:

    I think this book may be one of the best example of why one shouldn t judge a book by the film that was based on it The film that was based on this novel stared Randy Quaid, and was in my view dreadful The film makers lost pretty much all the humor from the novel when they made it into film Granted it is a low budgeter, but still, with talent they could have done something with it.The book on the other hand is pretty good It tackles the idea of what happens to a...


  5. says:

    This book isn t spectacular, but rather a nice amusing little tale that one can devour in a couple of hours Simply put, the book is about a Martian invasion of Earth Unlike The War of the Worlds however, the Martians here aren t out to conquer the Earth Instead they ve come to observe and heckle it To quote the...


  6. says:

    Creo que es una de las historias de invasiones extraterrestres o no, la verdad es que tampoco estoy seguro m s disparatada, entretenida y divertida que he le do Y, de paso, una de las lecturas que da m s pie a reinterpretaciones y discusiones frikiol gicas.


  7. says:

    Divertida y disparatada historia que seguro que har pasar un buen rato a cualquier lector de Ciencia Ficci n y o humor que quiera apartarse unos d as de historias profundas y complicadas.Aunque si escarbas, el texto tiene cositas interesantes.


  8. says:

    A pesar de que esta historia ya tiene algunos a itos me ha dejado fascinado La elegancia con la que entremezcla Brown el surrealismo y el humor es maravillosa Me he re do mucho y sin muchas pretensiones he disfrutado como un ni o Solo puedo decir una ltima cosa Marciano plasta vete a casa


  9. says:

    Una invasi n marciana bastante peculiar G nero Ciencia Ficci n marginalmente, en realidad.Lo que nos cuenta Luke Deveraux es un escritor en horas bajas que busca en el alcohol y el aislamiento una inspiraci n para crear cuando, a la puerta de su caba a, llega un peque o hombrecillo verde Es uno de los marcianos que nos han invadido, pero sin nimos belicosos y si con enorme curiosida...


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