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The Eye of Infinity

4.09  ·  Rating details ·  22 ratings  ·  8 reviews
At a remote radio telescope facility in New Mexico, an astrophysicist commits suicide after contracting a hideous mutative plague caused by something he saw… and he won’t be the last. Major Harrison Peel has witnessed his share of cosmic mutations before, but now, he faces a threat worse than death, and a powerful enemy that hides behind a human face.

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Paperback, 84 pages
Published 2011 by Perilous Press
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Brian Sammons
May 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
If you're a fan of the Cthulhu Mythos and would like to see someone do something different with it, then get this book. For my full review, go here:

Justino Rodrigues
Jul 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great Sci-Fi, Only good lovecraftian horror

After reading the intro, which conjured fond memories of the color out of space, I expected this story to be in the same vein. Unfortunately, I was disappointed in this regard. The story deals with more cosmic, outer horrors, which is fine, but none of it has the same kind of dread instilling, paranoia inspiring bite that Lovecraft was so good at producing.

This is mainly because the protagonist is just not as mentally fragile as the typical lovecraftia
Alan Scott
Jan 05, 2018 rated it it was ok
The reading lexile is probably at around a 6th grade level. There are some clunky word choices and cliched figures of speech. There is very little in the way of psychological depth. Almost no attempt is made to develop or give depth to the characters. The descriptions are minimal and simplistic. The author frequently breaks the "show, don't tell" rule. Nuance? Hell no! The whole thing feels like it was pounded out during a long weekend. There are a few interesting-ish ideas in there, and one nar ...more
Jason Bonton
Feb 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
a fitting continuation for Conyer's spook character Harrison Peel and a great way to wet reader's appetite for more of this type of story telling.
Kurt Springs
Mar 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This Review was first published on Kurt's Frontier.


Major Harrison Peel is sent to a remote radio telescope facility in New Mexico to investigate the suicide of an astrophysicist. The man contracted a plague that caused horrible mutations when he saw something. Harrison Peel has fought his share of nightmares. Now he is facing an alien enemy wearing a human face. A top-secret NASA program is refusing to heed his warnings. This catapults him into a government conspiracy that will take him
Feb 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
loved the story but wish it was longer. When do we get to see General C again?
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I really liked the plot of this story, but I think more space could have been given to characterisation. Full review coming.
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It was great, but could have been at least another 100 pages longer. full review coming.
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David Conyers is science fiction author and editor from Adelaide, South Australia. He has a degree in engineering from the University of Melbourne, and today works in marketing communications. David’s fiction has appeared in magazines such as Albedo One, Ticon4, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Book of Dark Wisdom, Lovecraft eZine and Jupiter, as well as more than twenty anthologies. His pre ...more

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