Protagonist Kris Kelvin arrives at a scientific research station hovering above the surface of Solaris, where research has been ongoing for years on the strange ocean life form. When Kris and his colleagues become more aggressive in trying to force contact with Solaris, the ocean's response is to experiment with the researchers' minds by confronting them with their most painful and repressed thoughts and memories through the materialization of complex human constructs. Kris is confronted with the manifestation of his deceased wife and his guilt over her suicide, but whatever seems to be tormenting the other researchers appears to be much worse.More
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Classy, intelligent sci-fi
Yes, this was very well done. Every time i listen i get something else out of it.
Not sure about other book but this is even better than the 2002 film and i didnt think it possible.
Nice job, characters felt so real... I could feel Kris's pain, his longing to be with his wife again.
Can miracles be cruel?
Please make more of these adaptations, like other stanislaw lem books. Really fabulous job with this. I can listen to it over and over and over.
- Asenath Waite