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More information about factors that potentially could affect Amazon. Paul Wilson has decided to make the five books in his LaNague Federation series available exclusively in the Kindle Store www. This is the first time any of these books have been available electronically, and the five books will be exclusive to the Kindle Store for one year.
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Other Editions 5. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dydeetown World , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 02, Stephen rated it really liked it Shelves: on-deck-next , to-re-read , easton-press , signed-first-or-limited-edition , hardboiled-and-noir , mystery , science-fiction , sff-detectives , This is the first F. Paul Wilson book that I have read and I plan to read many more based on how much I enjoyed this story.
Great characters, excellent world-building and cool meshing of the noir style private eye framework with "out there" SF as the subject matter.
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A great book. Highly recommended. Sep 13, Karl rated it it was amazing. I read this book about 30 years ago and remember liking it a LOT. Some of the scenes from it have been etched in my memory since that reading.
I reread it this week and was absolutely floored. This book should be made into a screenplay and filmed NOW. The children in cages thing. If filmed I could easily see this getting an oscar for best picture. Some of the nagging questions of our time are depicted with precision here. The iss I read this book about 30 years ago and remember liking it a LOT. The issue of whether or not getting involved in correcting a great social evil. The theme of us vs them and whether that tribalism misses the point that there is really only us the boogie man evil them is just a arbitrary fabrication that bears no resemblance to the real truth.
This is probably in my top 5 list of all time not just for the social issues echoes here but also because it is a damned good cyber punk story it actually goes a lot further with some of the themes explored in Blade Runner the movie and does a far better job of it. Wilson should have written a sequel to this book with the main detective character. Apr 03, Kallierose rated it really liked it.
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Another enjoyable story--well, three stories, really. I like the world that Wilson has created, and the interesting people who inhabit it. Sep 16, Tommy House rated it really liked it. Read this in 3 days after finding it in a bin in the attic marked sci-fi. Read this 25 years ago and the story holds up today. Paul Wilson is a great storyteller and this detective noir fiction he delivers with a bang. A quick read and if i remember correctly these were 3 short stories put together in one book.
Some of his earliest work and the planet, clones, urchins, drugs and decapitating wire make it a must read. Would recommend to anyone. A great book to take om a mini vacation. This story was great.
When this author is on his game is tops. Very entertains detective story without the over the top noir trappings. Jul 08, Sarah rated it liked it. Very good book, really easy going read with good action but it painted a very grim picture of the future earth. A good listen, I will be reading more of this authors books. I didn't realize that this was part of a series and will have to locate the others. Aug 22, Joan rated it did not like it Shelves: not-interested. I downloaded this en masse with a large group of freebies.
I am not the least bit interested after reading the blurb. View 1 comment. Shelves: science-fiction , novels , fiction , ebooks. Paul Wilson is best known for his horror fiction, particularly his bestselling vampires-among-the-Nazis, The Keep. I rather enjoyed that pot-boiler, but I like his LaNague Federation novels much more.
This counts as fourth in the series chronologically, and if you're read the others you'll recognize features in the background. But it shares no characters with the other books and can be read as a standalone. In fact, in a lot of ways this makes the best introduction for the general reader. The F. The first three novels, An Enemy of the State , Wheels Within Wheels and Healer are pretty explicitly libertarian science fiction, but here such themes are much more subtle.
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This takes place on a future Earth with very strict population control laws. You get one child and that's it--even if the child should die soon after birth. You can use your one-child allotment to have a clone--not of yourself necessarily, but say a famous person--this novel involves a clone of Jean Harlow. She does not have to look far before she is convinced that something is afoot, something that will not bear the light of day, something involving a revolutionary means of interstellar travel. She is soon pitted against one of the shrewdest, most devious minds in Federation politics, and against a wild-card psi who might well destroy them both.
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But what Josephine Finch begins, she finishes. Wheels Within Wheels follows her on a course that involves five planets and three alien races. Steven Dalt should have died in that cave on the planet Kwashi. After all, as the natives say, of a thousand people attacked by the cave-dwelling alaret, one will not die.