Meeting in Infinity

☆ Meeting in Infinity ✓ John Kessel ☆ Meeting in Infinity ✓ John Kessel - Meeting in Infinity, Meeting in Infinity After receiving the Nebula Award in for his stunning nouvelle Another Orphan John Kessel has written a group of stories that for sheer imaginative audacity defy conventional classification In Th

  • Title: Meeting in Infinity
  • Author: John Kessel
  • ISBN: 9780870541643
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ Meeting in Infinity ✓ John Kessel - Meeting in Infinity, Meeting in Infinity After receiving the Nebula Award in for his stunning nouvelle Another Orphan John Kessel has written a group of stories that for sheer imaginative audacity defy conventional classification In Th

Meeting in Infinity, ☆ Meeting in Infinity ✓ John Kessel, Meeting in Infinity, John Kessel, Meeting in Infinity After receiving the Nebula Award in for his stunning nouvelle Another Orphan John Kessel has written a group of stories that for sheer imaginative audacity defy conventional classification In The Pure Product an amoral time traveler embarks upon a harrowing joyride through the Midwest The Big Dream is a s hardboiled detective thriller in the Los AngelesAfter receiving. ☆ Meeting in Infinity ✓ John Kessel - Meeting in Infinity, Meeting in Infinity After receiving the Nebula Award in for his stunning nouvelle Another Orphan John Kessel has written a group of stories that for sheer imaginative audacity defy conventional classification In Th

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Comments Meeting in Infinity

  1. Let s say that this book would merit four stars just for the brilliantly twisted Faustfeathers Dr Faustus re told as a Marx Bros movie That story alone secures Kessel s place in my heart And why why, damn you hasn t Faustfeathers been done as a film


  2. This is another example of a bizarre for Arkham House but excellent Arkham House collection from the 1990s The stories run the gamut from detective fiction to just plain fiction, to light science fiction, but are uniformly excellent and the whole book is a marvelous read.I don t know if Jim Turner was trying to move Arkham House to a mainstream small press publisher or sci fi, or if he was just seeing excellent authors that didn t have a story collection and others that were were relatively un [...]


  3. I ve held this book since 1994 when I bought it from John Kessel at Clarion and forgot to get it signed I hadn t read it until now, primarily because it lived with the other books of prestige that never got cracked.Kessel s short fiction is smart, often darkly humorous, and always thoroughly satisfying His speculative elements owe to philosophy than science, in that speculation in these stories is employed to illuminate his characters and their world, rather than as an end in its own right.Ther [...]


  4. A unique and rewarding though occasionally challenging mix of science fiction and allegory One or two of these heady stories left me scratching my head, but the final two the award winning Another Orphan and the brief, beautiful Buffalo were than enough to convince me that this obscure book of short stories was well worth the read.