Stand on Zanzibar
This dystopian look at the future, one of the most bleak in all of science fiction, is now in a new edition with full-page, full-color designs by Jacob McMurray. Disturbing and unconventional, this is an important work in science fiction, and it won the Hugo Award in 1969.
Each copy of the book is also signed by John Brunner. Brunner passed away in 1985, but in the early 1980s he had worked on a project with Charles Brown of Locus. This project never came to be, but Brunner had signed a few hundred sheets for it.
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Review: Stand on ZanzibarUser Review - Brad - Goodreads
Some novels should only be read once. On my second read, I wanted to downgrade my estimation of the novel by a star. I felt sad. Sure. Shalmaneser was and still is my go-to model for a hell of a kick ... Read full review
Review: Stand on ZanzibarUser Review - fromcouchtomoon - Goodreads
A dystopic collage of media overstimulation and neocolonial globalization, a highly textured sensory experience of our own world, five years ago, predicted nearly 50 years ago. Most interesting is not what he got right, but the few things he got wrong. Read full review