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Chimerascope

Author: Douglas Smith
Publisher: Toronto : ChiZine Publications, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Chimerascope - a story of many parts: A dinner conversation takes three lifetimes to finish; a geologist faces a planet-sized, eons-old puzzle to save her crew; the hero of the Fall of Earth must choose between love and revenge; a man is born each day into a new life - only to die each night; a sentient aurora threatens the last of humanity; and a house as big as the world. These are some of the stories you will  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Smith
ISBN: 9780981297859 0981297854
OCLC Number: 480908105
Notes: Introduction by Julie Czerneda.
Description: 332 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / by Julie Czerneda --
Author's introduction --
Scream angel --
The red bird --
By her hand, she draws you down --
New Year's eve --
The boys are back in town --
State of Disorder --
Nothing --
Symphony --
Out of the light --
Enlightenment --
The last ride --
Jigsaw --
The dancer at the Red Door --
Going Harvey in the big house --
A taste sweet and salty --
Memories of the dead man.
Responsibility: Douglas Smith.

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A collection of sixteen stories of fantasy and science fiction that takes you from love in fourteenth-century Japan to humanity's last stand, from virtual reality to the end of reality, from alien  Read more...

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Quill and Quire, starred review

by smithwriter (WorldCat user published 2010-08-09) Excellent Permalink

"...Chimerascope is a massively enjoyable trek through the far-fetched, the horrifying, and the flat-out weird, all filtered through Smith's remarkable imagination and prodigious talent. ... Although Smith's tales may centre on the fantastic, what is immediately notable is his steady grasp of character,...
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