Down There in Darkness

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TOR, 1999 - Fiction - 352 pages
George Turner's Down There in Darkness will appear in time for the World SF Convention in August 1999 in Australia, at which he is Guest of Honor. Turner was a significant Australian novelist before turning to SF in the 1970s and becoming one of the great living SF writers, winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award for best novel. This novel chronicles the future destruction and eventual rebirth of human civilization.

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Posthumous SF novel from the distinguished and vastly underrated Australian (1916—97: Brain Child, 1991, etc.). In 2170, former policeman Harry Ostrov ponders a sequence of events that began in 2030 ... Read full review

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In a dystopic future Australia, policeman Harry Ostrov acts as a witness to the resuscitation of artist Brian Warlock, locked in a coma for 30 years, and plunges into a dark conspiracy aimed at ... Read full review

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