BeschreibungA novel about life under enlightened totalitarianism in the twenty-third century and the efforts of a mild-mannered junk dealer to change the human condition.
PortraitMark von Schlegell's stories and essays appear regularly in underground newspapers, zines, art books, and amateurist periodicals the world over. Venusia, his first novel, was honor-listed for the 2007 James M. Tiptree Jr. Prize in science fiction.
Pressestimmen"A heady, kaleidoscopic trip into a dystopic future as well as a backward look at the necessities ofthe past." Jackie Cassada Library Journal "a mind-bending excursion through the plastic neuroscapes of quantum reality." Cheryl Morgan Emerald City "A psychedelic sampling of high and low literature that reads like the best of the genre... like a head-on collision between a David Lynch film and a Philip K. Dick novel in the 23rd century." Mike Errico Maxim
Untertitel: 'Native Agents'. Empfohlen ab 18 Jahre. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2005
Seitenanzahl: 244 Seiten