The hollow earth: the narrative of Mason Algiers Reynolds of Virginia

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Rudy von Bitter Rucker
William Morrow and Company, 1990 - Fiction - 308 pages
Interweaving history with science fiction, this adventure--set in the pre-Civil War South--features Edgar Allan Poe and two cohorts exploring the exotic lands of Earth's core and discovering a parallel universe

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My reactions to reading this novel in 2005. I didn’t care for this novel very much. First off, I’ve never been keen on the lost race/primitive alien culture story which is what you get when the ... Read full review

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Having read Rucker's Postsingular about a month ago, I can say that this book really surprised me. It's difficult to see that the same author wrote both books. The Hollow Earth is so much more ... Read full review

Contents

Leaving the Farm
11
Murder
29
On the River
41
Copyright

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Rudy Rucker is a mathematician, computer scientist, professor and writer who has twice won the Philip K. Dick Award for best SF paperback original, and has published a number of successful popular books on mathematical subjects, including "The Fourth Dimension" and "Infinity and the Mind." He lives in Los Gatos, California.

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