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One of my professors in university saw me reading Starship Troopers right after the movie came out and asked me if I knew what it was really about. I proudly told him that Heinlein was obviously parodying facism and making fun of military culture and that these subtleties went straight over the director's head when the movie was made. The professor then pointed out to me that Heinlein was in actual fact being critical of democracy and making a point that nobody deserves a vote purely because of automatic citizenship due to birth. This kind of blew my mind because it was so at odds with the way that democracy works in our country. Heinlein was American himself, so I don't know where he came up with this believe and then managed to hide it so cleverly in his book that nobody else appears to have picked up on it.
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Once upon a time, a man named Douglas Adams wrote a brilliant novel called Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. A few years later a British television series arrived that was inspired by this book and really rather good, even if it wasn't a direct adaptation of the book. It was promptly canceled after only a few episodes. Then a few years later BBC America took a stab at the license and created a new show based on the book. In typical American fashion they opted for over the top nonsense like secret CIA projects and slapstick humor to appeal to audiences. Unfortunately, this worked and the show continued for two miserable season before it was canceled. This makes Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency the only book I know of that spawned both a great television show of the same name and a completely horrible one. I suggest you don't confuse the two.
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FEATURED AUTHOR - Debuting in 2020, Scott Falcon is a new American author writing cutting edge novels in different thriller genres.Scott is an avid outdoorsman, a conservation advocate, and is a member/sponsor of Wild Oceans, World Wildlife Fund, The Sierra Club, Greenpeace, International Anti Poaching Foundation, and The Sea Shepard Conversation Society. Scott lives in Ventura, California. His technothriller, Threshold, was very well received. All five-star reviews, the epic novel hit #1 in Hard Science Fiction… Read more