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Both stories concern telepaths, and they seemed to be preview for his later works. I enjoyed them when they were new, but like many things, they don't necessarily age well.
Zelazny's sci-fi is like no one else's - very personal, always thought provoking. Man struggles to outwit the extraterrestrial masters who have laid claim to Earth. For 1976, Zelazny is prescient: 'The wealthy, powerful nations owe their power, their wealth, their standards of existence, to the sort of exploitation the others are now being called upon to forgo - and the call comes just at the point when those others are approaching a position where they can indulge in the same sorts of enterprise and reap similar benefits.'