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Riassunto: Human Francis Sandow is amused when the alien Pei'ans mistake him for Shimbo of Darktree, God of Thunder, but the Shimbo's enemy, Belion--a true supreme being--arrives for a showdown.
About the Author: Zelazny wrote many novels, short stories, and novellas, including Nebula and Hugo Award winners "24 Views of Mount Fuji, by Hokusai", "Permafrost" and "Home is the Hangman".
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Descrizione libro Rapp and Whiting/ Andre Deutsch. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Fine -. Condizione sovraccoperta: Fine. Shelf 1111 A very nice copy; text clean; book tight; signed by author with inscription, " To __ Roger Zelazny"; DJ covered by mylar with a wee bit of very light wear to edges and corners; Not a book club (BC)copy. Not ex library, not a remainder, smoke free. PHOTOS POSTED WITH OUR BOOKS ARE STOCK AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT CONDITION OR EDITION OF BOOK OFFERED FOR SALE. WE DO NOT POST THE PHOTOS . Inscribed by Author(s). Codice libro della libreria 319011
Descrizione libro Rapp & Whiting Ltd October 1970, 1970. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Used. Codice libro della libreria 530023
Descrizione libro Rapp and Whiting Ltd, 1970. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Used; Very Good. Codice libro della libreria 2324910
Descrizione libro Rapp and Whiting: London, 1970. Hardcover. 1969 Nebula nominee for best sf novel, published as an Ace paperback original in 1969. The sequel was TO DIE IN ITALBAR (1973). THIS COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new) but for slight rubbing to the dustjacket. First hardcover edition (& 1st printing). Codice libro della libreria 09142
Descrizione libro A Rapp and Whiting Book / Andre Deutsch ., [London], 1970. Octavo, boards. First British (and first hardcover) edition. 1969 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-1309. Light foxing to top edge of text block, else a fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with some light dust soiling to front panel. (#105945). Codice libro della libreria 105945
Descrizione libro Rapp & Whiting Ltd, 1970. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. 0853911754 > SIGNED by Author. Signed by author Roger Zelazny on title page. Some spots of rubbing on the rear jacket, and some wear at the top and bottom of the jacket spine. The boards are clean and straight, with light bumping to the corners and the top and bottom of spine. The spine is solid and firm. Interior text block is straight and firmly attached to the spine, and free of markings. An attractive copy. First Hardback Edition. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Size: 8vo - over 7 3/4 in - 9 3/4 in tall. Year: 1970. Codice libro della libreria BBS-075025
Descrizione libro A Rapp and Whiting Book / Andre Deutsch ., [London], 1970. Octavo, boards. First British (and first hardcover) edition. Signed by Zelazny. 1969 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-1309. Tiny bruises to rear corner tips, else a fine copy in fine dust jacket with faint matching creases to the corner tips. (#111059). Codice libro della libreria 111059
Descrizione libro Rapp & Whiting Ltd, 1970. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Codice libro della libreria 0853911754
Descrizione libro A Rapp and Whiting Book / Andre Deutsch ., [London], 1970. Octavo, boards. First British (and first hardcover) edition. Presentation copy with signed inscription by Zelazny to one of his editors on the title page. 1969 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-1309. Spine ends just a bit soft, else a fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with faint matching creases and touch of wear to two corner tips. (#111058). Codice libro della libreria 111058
Descrizione libro Rapp & Whiting (Andre Deutsch), London, 1970. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good. First Edition (British). Faint water stain to inside front cover, small (1cm) rip on bottom front cover, minor bumping to top of spine, otherwise clean, tight and fine. Isle of the Dead is a science fiction novel by Roger Zelazny published in 1969. It was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1969, and won the French Prix Apollo in 1972. The title refers to the several paintings by Swiss-German painter Arnold Böcklin. In the novel, Francis Sandow refers to ¿that mad painting by Boecklin, The Isle of the Dead.¿ Böcklin created at least five paintings with that title, each depicting an oarsman and a standing figure in a small boat, crossing dark water toward a forbidding island. A later Ace books edition featured a cover painting by Dean Ellis that was deliberately reminiscent of Böcklin¿s work. As to the novel's inspiration, Zelazny noted, ¿This was a spin-off from the novelette I did called ¿This Moment of the Storm.¿ Actually, it wasn¿t the guy I was interested in, at first. I wanted somebody that was born in the twentieth century, who had made it aboard one of these generation starships where he¿d been frozen and spent generations getting to this new planet which proved habitable. By the time he got there, they¿d invented a faster-than-light drive, because several centuries had gone by and they¿d become more sophisticated. Earth had much higher technology, and he had the means of going back fast if he wanted to, but he didn¿t. He wasn¿t sure he was happy on the world he¿d reached, though, and decided to go out and try a few others, since it was easy to do. There were still time dilation effects and, through making a few sharp investments here and there, with so much time passing, he became quite wealthy. He also happened to become the oldest human in the galaxy, and because of the fancy new medicine he was in very good shape. He also just happened to have been through the initiation ritual which would make him a god in this other religion, even though he didn¿t believe in it wholeheartedly. But it was the concept of the big expanse of time that interested me.". Codice libro della libreria 001045