The Hollow Earth: The Narrative of Mason Algiers Reynolds of Virginia

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Rudy Rucker
MonkeyBrain Books, 2006 - Fiction - 234 pages
In 1836, Mason Algiers Reynolds leaves his family's Virginia farm with his father's slave, a dog, and a mule. Branded a murderer, he finds sanctuary with his hero, Edgar Allan Poe, and together they embark on an extraordinary expedition to the South Pole, and the entrance to the Hollow Earth. It is there, at the center of the world, where strange physics, strange people, and stranger creatures abound, that their bizarre adventures truly begin.

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Well written and clever, not particularly insightful.

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