Título: To Your Scattered Bodies Go
Editorial: New York: Putnam,
Año de publicación: 1971
Edición: First Edition.
A bizarre work by this brilliantly iconoclastic writer. Sir Francis Burton awakens after death naked and hairless along a river. Joining forces with a Neanderthal, Alice Liddell (see item 11), and a SF writer who just happens to share the author's initials, Burton battles Hermann Göring, lord of a slave kingdom who (after his defeat, death, and resurrection) undergoes a moral conversion and joins the Church of the Second Chance. Along the way, personal "grails" provide the adventurers with food, clothing, and hallucinogenic gum. The first of the Riverworld series, the book won the Hugo Award in 1972. The "phantasmaglorical" cover photograph is by underground legend Ira Cohen. Fine in a near fine dustwrapper. N° de ref. de la librería 17602
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