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  • Author:
    Paul Voermans
  • ISBN:
    0575052821
  • ISBN13:
    978-0575052826
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  • Publisher:
    Victor Gollancz; UK First Paperback Edition edition (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Contemporary
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Used availability for Paul Voermans's And Disregards the Rest.

Used availability for Paul Voermans's And Disregards the Rest. February 1992 : UK Hardback. March 1993 : UK Paperback.

And Disregards the Rest book. A novel of alien contact and communication through time  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. And Disregards the Rest.

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VOERMANS, PAUL (stories). von ALLMEN, STEWART (stories). And Disregards the Rest (Gollancz 0-575-05143-4, Feb ’92, £1. 9, 256pp, hc) Sf novel. And Disregards the Rest (Gollancz 0-575-05282-1, Mar ’93, £. 9, 256pp, pb, cover by Danny Flynn) Reprint (Gollancz 1992) sf novel. The Weird Colonial Boy (Gollancz 0-575-05325-9, Mar ’93, £1. 9, 302pp, hc, cover by Steve Read) Sf novel set in a parallel-world Australia in 1978.

dunning-kruger dance mirror. paul voermans – some writing. And Disregards the Rest (Gollancz 0-575-05282-1, Mar ’93, £. 9, 256pp, pb, cover by Danny Flynn) Reprint (Gollancz 1992). a novel reading list. The Weird Colonial Boy (Gollancz 0-575-05325-9, Mar ’93, £15. 99, 302pp, hc, cover by Steve Read). The Weird Colonial Boy (Gollancz 0-575-05715-7, Mar ’94, £. 9, 302pp, pb, cover by Steve Read) Reprint (Gollancz 1993). Der Quantenfisch, Tr Jà rgen Langowski, Heyne 1996. Die letzte Vorstellung, Tr Barbara Ostrop, Heyne 1999.

Paul Kearney was born and grew up in Northern Ireland. Format: Mass Market PaperbackVerified Purchase. There's an eight-year gap between the previous book and this one, the last of the series, and much goes unexplained

Paul Kearney was born and grew up in Northern Ireland. He lived for some years in Copenhagen, then spent two years in America before returning to Britain in 1998. There's an eight-year gap between the previous book and this one, the last of the series, and much goes unexplained. Why, for instance, did Bardolin turn over to Aruan - what exactly happened? We know that Golophin couldn't cure him, and at the end of the last book Bardolin was starting to feel comfortable being a werewolf, but suddenly now he's Aruan's right hand man. How?

Synopsis: Book by Voermans, Paul.

Synopsis: Book by Voermans, Paul. From Publishers Weekly: Readers of Douglas Adams's Hitchhikers Guide series should find enjoyment in Voermans's charming, albeit quirky, second novel (after And Disregards the Rest ). Others will be at least diverted by the author's individuated perspective-a slant made more unfamiliar by the frequent Australian slang and phraseology.

VOERMANS, PAUL (1960- ); (about) (chron. The Beastie in Man, (ss) Fear Dec 1990. The Girl Who Stole the Current Buns from the Space/Time Kitchen, (ss) Aurealis 1994. The Weird Colonial Boy, (ex) Gollancz 1993. Australian Landscapes by Steven Paulsen, (iv) Interzone Oct 1993. VOGAN, KINGSLEY (chron. Folie a Deux, (pm) Eldritch Tales 1991.

His first novel, And Disregards the Rest (1992), mixes sf. .born Traralgon, Victoria: 4 June 1960. The SFE gallery of book covers now has more than 10,000 images: this one seemed appropriate for the 10,000th

His first novel, And Disregards the Rest (1992), mixes sf and Magic Realism into a somewhat spatchcocked tale of Near-Future Australia, mixing together a metaphysical discourse about the consequences of a performance of William Shakespeare's The Tempest (performed circa 1611; 1623) (see Theatre) and a Changewar plot: the protagonist has been tasked, from an unlikely future in which Homo. The SFE gallery of book covers now has more than 10,000 images: this one seemed appropriate for the 10,000th.

Book by Voermans, Paul