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The Year of the Comet

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"L'Anno della Cometa" vede un mondo diviso, non in stati e regni ma in gruppi finanziari. I più potenti di questi sono i due 'direttivi' Energia e Telecomunicazioni, grossi interessi di finanza in comune e che i loro dipendenti considerano il loro governo protettore. L'eroe è uno scienziato con un segreto che gli può conferire la suprema autorità su qualsiasi gruppo che lo ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published July 16th 2001 by Cosmos Books (PA) (first published 1955)
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Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho
Review to come... I can't advice to anyone. Sorry. Other Christopher novels I read are a thousand times better than this one... one week of my life to read 159 pages. That's how hard it was to me... painful but I finish...

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What can I say about this book? It's worthless in my opinion. I read three more books of the author and nothing compares to it. Maybe it's because this was one of the first he written, I don't know. The book itself doesn't have a good flowing. Things just happened
John Christopher's Planet in Peril, from 1959, reads in some respects like a prequel to the Max Larkin tales from his short story collection The Twenty-Second Century--some of the technology used there is present here in this 21st c.-based novel, like airspheres (kind of like parasails but in a plastic bubble deal) and gyros (like a cross between a helicopter, a plane and a car), but man hasn't made his way yet to Mars or Venus as he has in Christopher's 22nd c. Reason being that the energy/powe ...more
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John Christopher is the pseudonym under which the British science fiction author Samuel Youd has been most successful. Youd has written under the following pseudonyms:
• John Christopher
• Stanley Winchester
• Hilary Ford
• William Godfrey
• Peter Graaf
• Peter Nichols
• Anthony Rye

He is best known for The Tripods trilogy, published under the pseudonym John Christopher.

His novels were popular during th
More about John Christopher...
The White Mountains (The Tripods, #1) The City of Gold and Lead (The Tripods, #2) The Pool of Fire (The Tripods, #3) The Death of Grass When the Tripods Came (The Tripods, #4)

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