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eBook Chronolysis ePub

by Maxim Jakubowski,Theodore Sturgeon,Michel Jeury

  • ISBN: 0025592203
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  • Author: Maxim Jakubowski,Theodore Sturgeon,Michel Jeury
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Macmillan Company; 1st edition (1980)
  • Pages: 211
  • ePub book: 1747 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1474 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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by Maxim Jakubowski, Michel Jeury, Theodore Sturgeon. Chronolysis is one of the most important French SF novels of the 1970s. It deals with time and its manipulation through the use of chronolytic drugs.

by Maxim Jakubowski, Michel Jeury, Theodore Sturgeon. Its protagonists are psychronauts, helpless explorers of a confusing, multidimensional universe, facing threats from alternate realities, such as Harry Krupp Hitler 1st, Emperor of the Undetermined, or the mysterious Phords from the future world of Garichankar.

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Chronolysis is one of the most important French SF novels of the 1970s. This volume also includes a foreword by Theodore Sturgeon, a biography and illustrated bibliography of Jeury and a ed short story translated by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier. Just how Jeury conveys the feeling that he knows what he is doing, that he is in charge, that you the reader are in the place in which he intends you to be, cannot be analyzed.

This city-based series of outstanding erotica stories takes a bite out of the succulent Big Apple. A banquet of seduction, sin, kink and decadence has been specially prepared by top connoisseurs from the American erotica world for the delectation of your imagination. Cities are not just about monuments and museums and iconic places, they are also about people at love and play in unique surroundings. The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime Volume 8. Maxim Jakubowski.

Maxim Jakubowski (born 1944) is a crime, erotic, science fiction and rock music writer and critic. Jakubowski was born in 1944 in England to Russian-British and Polish parents, but raised in France. Jakubowski has also lived in Italy and has travelled extensively.

Unputdownable short erotic fiction from the most outstanding writers in the field. Once again, Maxim Jakubowski has put together a masterful selection of over 40 stories of sexual encounters from every corner of the world. The must-have annual anthology for every crime fiction fan - the year's top new British short stories selected by leading crime critic Maxim Jakubowski. This great annual covers the full range of mystery fiction, from noir and hardboiled crime to ingenious puzzles and amateur sleuthing.

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Author: Theodore Sturgeon Author Record 56. Legal Name: Sturgeon, Theodore Hamilton. Chronolysis (1981) by Michel Jeury. Birthplace: Staten Island, New York, USA. Birthdate: 26 February 1918. Cosmic Crusaders (1981) by Pierre Barbet. Fiction of the Absurd: Pratfalls in the Void (1981) by Dick Penner.

Chronolysis is one of the most important French SF novels of the 1970s. It deals with time and its manipulation through the use of chronolytic drugs. Its protagonists are psychronauts, helpless explorers of a confusing, multidimensional universe, facing threats from alternate realities, such as Harry Krupp Hitler 1st, Emperor of the Undetermined, or the mysterious Phords from the future world of Garichankar. They search for secret paradises, hidden within the folds of space and time, away from their bleak realities, such as the tropical realm of Oblivion-by-Ruaba. This volume also includes a foreword by Theodore Sturgeon, a biography and illustrated bibliography of Jeury and a never-before-published short story translated by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier. "Just how Jeury conveys the feeling that he knows what he is doing, that he is in charge, that you the reader are in the place in which he intends you to be, cannot be analyzed. A very small number of writers have this ability: Joseph Heller can do it; so can Kurt Vonnegut and Philip K. Dick." Theodore Sturgeon.