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Review, Synopsis, and Summary of the Science Fiction Novel Paradyzja

Janusz A. Zajdel, a polish writer, wrote an English science fiction novel titled Paradyzja and revolves around a domesticated human colony on a space station which orbits a faraway star system. The novel derives its name from the English word Paradise.

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Author:  Janusz A. Zajdel.

Genre: Science Fiction/ Dystopia

Pages: 140

Goodreads Rating: 4.30 of 5.0

My Rating: 8.3 of 10

Published: 2006

Publisher: SuperNowa

Language: Polish

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Review and Summary of Dystopian Novel Paradyzja

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Paradyzja derived from the word paradise and revolves around people who live on a space station. The human colony circles a distant and mineral enriched star system. The society follows a totalitarian style government and involves tracking of all human activities.

The human province forms part of an established ring in the force of gravity that allows for manipulation. All objects remain inside the ring tube and drift towards a perpendicular direction to the middle of the ring. The experimentation led to the development of an accidental space station.

The leader of the settlers group General Cortazar made a timely decision to live outside of Tartar and settle in the orbit area.

The space station consists of transparent living rooms, and personal watches are not allowed in the province. The authorities provide access to wall clocks in the living rooms for people to use.

Rinah Devi, a primary saint in the paradise, realised that not all people follow the electronic rules. The most common way through which people evade the electronic system is Koalang and presents the language of truth.

They discover loopholes in the system and determine that Paradise is actually a building that lies on top of the planet and not in the ring tube space station. Tartar seemed a well-established and good settlement to live in. They discovered that the rulers lied to them and kept them in an artificial paradise.

Final Say on The Science Fiction Novel Paradyzja

The excellent writing skills allowed me to rate this novel an 8.3 out of 10 ratings. Janusz A. Zajdel offers a book that allows the reader to become part of the events and feel the imagined reality. I will never regret reading this novel. Would I re-read this novel? Yes. Am I glad I read it? Yes.

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