Raphael Carter


Raphael Carter is an American science fiction author whose work, while sparse, has met with considerable acclaim.

Average rating: 3.88 · 451 ratings · 73 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Fortunate Fall

3.87 avg rating — 367 ratings — published 1996 — 3 editions
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3.92 avg rating — 84 ratings — published 2005 — 2 editions
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Angle Mort: Épreuves de Réa...

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“..you can't just break through a person's defenses like thatl the defenses are a part of the person, they are the person. It's our nature to have hidden depths. It's like...skinning a frog and saying, 'Now I understand this frog, because I've seen what's inside it.' But when you skin it, it dies. You haven't understood a frog, you've understood a corpse.”
Raphael Carter, The Fortunate Fall

“Those who wake...do not regret the dream.”
Raphael Carter, The Fortunate Fall

“I pulled the Net chip out of my head, cutting her off. The chip was long and white, with many metal legs; cupped in my hand, it looked like some pale, crawling thing that you'd find living under a rock. Vermin.”
Raphael Carter, The Fortunate Fall


JUNE SCIENCE FICTION: This poll decides which 2 books move on to the run-off poll for the June SF Book of the Month

  26 votes, 29.9%

  16 votes, 18.4%

  13 votes, 14.9%

  12 votes, 13.8%

  11 votes, 12.6%

  6 votes, 6.9%

  3 votes, 3.4%


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