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Death is taboo. Death is incomprehensible, inexplicable; and, yet, inevitable.

The most ancient desire of humankind is to conquer death; we humans don’t see death as part of life. We want to play God, want to find a new direction in the eternal circle of life—or stop it altogether.

After publishing Cluster (“one of the best science fiction novels published from a Hungarian a
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Paperback, 248 pages
Published August 18th 2014 by Articity Publishing and Media Ltd. (first published November 1st 2013)
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Paige Duke
Feb 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I loved reading this book. I felt really transported to new worlds and I loved the ideas that the stories and characters raised for me. Many of these stories have stayed with me long after I read them.

The writing style is straightforward, but profound. And although there are many classic sci-fi elements—star ships and cloning and alien encounters—they’re full of such drama and beauty, they took my breath away.
Jacques Willems
Well written short stories who kept my attention from beginning till the end. I liked especially the stories about crime and I shouldn't wonder if Stephen Paul Thomas would write more similar in the future.
Enrico
Nov 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
At the end of each short story you are amazed at how you felt off balance by the plot: Intriguing till the last word...And will to have more.
So I look forward to reading his novels once available in English!
Stephen Paul Thomas
Oct 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: science-fiction
This is my second book recently published in Hungary.

According to the prereaders this book also reached the excitment level of the first one.

This book contains 11+1 short stories from the world of the pervious novell, Gócpont (Cluster, will be published in English 4.4.2014.). The stories are about the big question: will the humans die in the future same way as today? Will we able to fight against the death of individual and global death of humankind? will the soul of ors be saved or survived lon
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Istvan Tomasovszki
"Amikor a novelláit olvasom Ray Bradbury neve jut eszembe a mindenhol jelenlévő humanizmusa miatt"
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Hungarian author Stephen Paul Thomas was born in Hungary in 1969. He started writing when he was 14 years old, mostly creating weird and fantastic short stories on his mother's typewriter.

He published his 12th book in 2017 in Hungary, but he also translates his books to English with a help of a US Copy editor.

Stephen also writes poetry and literary fiction under his Hungarian name, István Tomasov
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