Non-Stop [book]

Non-Stop [book]

I LIKED THIS BOOK. THIS BOOK CAME OUT IN 1958 AND IT'S SO WEIRD HOW DUNGEON CRAWLISH IT IS. LIKE IT'S FROM BEFORE VIDEOGAMES OR EVEN DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS AND THE WHOLE BOOK IS JUST SO BASED ON GOING DOWN A SERIES OF AREAS, COLLECTING LOOT, THEN USING THE LOOT TO GET TO NEW AREAS. IT'S LIKE, THEY OPEN A DOOR AND GET STUN GUNS, THEN LATER THEY OPEN A DOOR AND GET DYE AND ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS, THEN THEY OPEN A DOOR AND GET A WELDING TORCH, THEN A DIARY, THEN FINALLY AN ARC SAW THING (WHICH CUTS THE WALLS THAT THE TORCH EXPLICITLY COULDN'T LIKE A METROIDVANIA).

PS. ON THE OTHER HAND I ABSOLUTELY HATED THAT I COULDN'T TELL HOW BIG ANYTHING WAS. THEY MAKE A BIG DEAL THAT REGULAR HUMANS ARE GIANTS OF MYTH, AND THERE WAS A WHOLE WEIRD ALMOST TOTALLY IRRELEVANT PLOT ABOUT INTELLIGENT RATS (AND AN EVEN LESS IMPORTANT ONE ABOUT RABBITS BEING PSYCHIC? AND THEN A WEIRD MENTION THAT RABBITS ARE IN LEAGUE WITH MOTHS????) AND IT FELT LIKE HALF THE BOOK OF ME TRYING TO IMAGINE IF EVERYONE IS RAT SIZED OR PEOPLE SIZED. IN THE LAST CHAPTER THEY MENTION EVERYONE IS LIKE 5 FEET TALL. WHICH IS LIKE, MILDLY SHORT.

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