Radix

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Phoenix Pick, 2010 - Fiction - 402 pages
30 Reviews
Interior Illustrations by James O'Barr. Cover Art by James Bergin "An Instant Classic"-Washington Pos "Sheer Pleasure"-Minneapolis Tribune "A Truly amazing, original, towering talent"-L.A. Times A young man's odyssey of self discovery in a world eerily alien, yet hauntingly familiar. Set thirteen centuries in the future, A. A. Attanasio meticulously creates a brilliantly realized Earth, rich in detail and filled with beings brought to life with intense energy. In this strange and beautiful world, Sumner Kagan will change from an adolescent outcast to a warrior with god-like powers and in the process take us on an epic and transcendent journey. Nebula Award Nominee

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Review: Radix (Radix #1)

User Review  - Jim Hoff - Goodreads

Not for all tastes, nonetheless, this, to my mind, has to be one of the most underrated SF novels I have read. It blends stylized, often excessive prose, metaphysics, and an epic storyline to create ... Read full review

Review: Radix (Radix #1)

User Review  - Akela Talamasca - Goodreads

I tend to favor science fiction that presents life as being infinitely more strange than can be comprehended, and AA Attanasio's 'Radix' accomplishes this task with weirdness to spare. I had the same ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

A. A. Attanasio is the author of The Wolf and the Crown, The Eagle and the Sword, The Dragon and the Unicorn, Solis, Kingdom of the Grail, Hunting the Ghost Dancer, Wyvern, Radix, and The Moon's Wife. He lives in Hawaii.

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