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Título: Song of Kali
Editorial: Bluejay Books Inc., U.S.A.
Año de publicación: 1985
Condición del libro: near fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine
Ejemplar firmado: Signed
First Bluejay printing, November 1985. Black cloth with gilt lettered cloth, in the pictorial dust jacket. Dust jacket not price clipped. About fine in like jacket. This edition with a loosely inserted signed card from the publisher, stating; Song of Kali was signed especially for The Overlook Connection by Dan Simmons. Signed by Dan Simmons on separate card. A very nice copy. Size: 8vo. N° de ref. de la librería 002484
Sinopsis: Think you know true fear? You don't.
Think you've read the most chilling book? Not even close.
Think you can't be shocked? Good luck!
Maybe you're ready for the most truly frightening reading experience of your life, the World Fantasy Award-winning novel that's been terrifying readers for over a decade.
Song of Kali.
Críticas: "O terrible wife of Siva / Your tongue is drinking the blood, / O dark Mother! O unclad Mother." It is remarkable that prior to writing this first novel, Dan Simmons had spent only two and a half days in Calcutta, a city "too wicked to be suffered," his narrator says. Fortunately back in print after several years during which it was hard to obtain, this rich, bizarre novel practically reeks with atmosphere. The story concerns an American poet who travels with his Indian wife and their baby to Calcutta to pick up an epic poem cycle about the goddess Kali. The Bengali poet who wrote the poem cycle has disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
Horror critic Edward Bryant calls Song of Kali "an exactingly constructed, brutal, and uncompromising study of the degree to which an evil place may permeate and steep all that makes us human" and writes that it embodies "the stance of a psychologically violent novel about a violent society as a defensible and indisputably moral work of art." Song of Kali won a World Fantasy Award. --Fiona Webster
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