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Rischio Calcolato

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L'appuntamento è a Londra, attorno alla famosa fontana di Piccadilly Circus. Per riconoscersi, sia lui che lei, dovranno portare un fiore bianco e un fiore rosso, appuntati sul lato destro del vestito. Ma dietro questo incontro, non c'è un annuncio matrimoniale, e nemmeno una missione spionistica: c'è un esperimento condotto in condizioni disperate da due disperati, c'è qu ...more
Mass Market Paperback, Urania #587, 168 pages
Published March 5th 1972 by Mondadori (first published 1960)
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In Calculated Risk (1960) Time Travellers from the future come back to the present in an attempt to prevent a devastating nuclear war which had created a Ruined Earth.
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Philip Calland and his mistress Kay escape the nuclear destroyed and despotic future by travelling back in time via a machine that allows consciousness to be imposed on a living being. The original inhabitant is overwritten. Philip finds himself in the body of a young and vibrant male, but Kay is not so fortunate. Thus begins a round of increasingly dynamic guilt trips, each one a little more disastrous than the one before, resulting, of course, in tragedy.

Maine is an accomplished writer - one o
Sep 16, 2011 rated it really liked it
Gli appassionati di viaggi nel tempo già conosceranno questo capolavoro.
Emozionante ti tiene incollato fino all'ultima riga per sapere come andrà a finire.
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Charles Eric Maine (pseudonym of David McIlwain; 21 January 1921 – 30 November 1981) was an English science fiction writer whose most prominent works were published in the 1950s and 1960s. His stories were thrillers that dealt with new scientific technology


McIlwain was born in Liverpool.

He published three issues of a science fiction magazine called The Satellite which he co-edited along w
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