Empire of the atom

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Collier Books, 1993 - Fiction - 192 pages
3 Reviews
Clane, a mutant, returns from exile in an attempt to prevent the post-atomic Empire of Linn from breaking apart

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Review: Empire of the Atom (The Mutant Mage #1)

User Review  - Cole Schoolland - Goodreads

As always, van Vogt takes foreign thoughts, and paradigms and weaves an entire world unlike any the reader has likely experienced. The paradox of medieval fantasy and the atomic age is enchanting. I ... Read full review

Review: Empire of the Atom (The Mutant Mage #1)

User Review  - DM - Goodreads

This was not what I was expecting, from what the blurb hints at. It was a very pleasant surprise and I enjoyed every moment of it. Based some unknown time in the future it depicts a human race that ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
30
Section 2
49
Section 3
66
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A. E. Van Vogt, one of the most influential figures from the golden age of science fiction, was born on April 26, 1912 in Manitoba, Canada. During the Depression, he worked as a farm hand, truck driver, and statistical clerk. During World War II, Van Vogt worked briefly for the Department of National Defense. In the 1950s, Van Vogt became involved with L. Ron Hubbard's Dianetics program. Van Vogt wrote numerous science fiction short stories and novels. His notable novels include Slan, The Weapons Makers and The House That Stood Still.

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