Visions in Light and Shadow
Brick House Books, 2000 - 162 pagina's
Strange, haunting, bizarre, cosmic, transcendent...all of these describe this collection of short stories from three-time Hugo nominee John L. Flynn, Ph.D.. Journey into his wondrous imagination...to the last great library where a robot librarian awaits the return of its human patrons...to the planet Jupiter where strange lifeforms halt the progress of a mining platform...to a ravaged wasteland where the last survivors practice a strange ritual...to a warm, tropical beach where a creature of the night stalks its prey...to the city of tomorrow where two homeless vets struggle against an evil corporate raider...to a bizarre crime scene which baffles even the world's greatest detective...and to other shadow worlds which are filled with visionary, often surreal intensity.
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