Riverworld Saga: The Dark Design - Philip Jose Farmer Reviews
Description:ISBN 076532654X / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Philip Jose Farmer / Edition: 1 / Paperback / 461 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
'The Dark Design' first published in 1977 is the third instalment of the Riverworld series, the first two books being 'To Your Scattered Bodies Go' (1971), 'The Fabulous Riverboat' (1971). The idea of the 'Riverworld' stories is a rather unusual and imaginative one and worthy of winning the prestigious Science fiction Hugo Award for the author Philip Jose Farmer in 1971. The story is set on a strange alien world which consists of a huge river valley snaking its way north to south across the circumference of the globe bordered on either side by impassable mountain ranges. The planet is populated by the whole deceased human and pre-human population of the earth ... Read the complete review
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