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[ PDF / Epub ] ★ Gli Dei di Mosca Author Michael Swanwick – Eiyo.us

Gli Dei di Mosca In Un Futuro Post Apocalittico Dal Sapore Ottocentesco, In Cui Internet Non Esiste Pi Darger E Surplus Sono Due Truffatori Gentiluomini Darger Un Malinconico Amante Dei Libri Antichi Surplus Un Cane Geneticamente Modificato Per Comportarsi Come Un Uomo Con L Inganno Si Sono Uniti Alla Carovana Dell Ambasciatore Di Bisanzio Per Raggiungere Sani E Salvi Mosca, Dove Intendono Dare Vita A Una Truffa Ai Danni Del Duca Per Il Duca Non Un Personaggio Cos Facile Da Avvicinare, Nonostante Il Dono Che Gli Stanno Portando Sette Donne Bellissime, Create Solo Per Soddisfarlo.Darger E Surplus Si Troveranno Nel Mezzo Di Una Rete Di Intrighi Tra Fanatici Religiosi, Politici Affamati Di Potere, Macchine Viventi Che Odiano Il Genere Umano E Perfino Lenin Ritornato Ad Arringare Le Folle Riusciranno I Due Truffatori Gentiluomini A Cavarsela

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  1. says:

    When I first read Swanwick s Surplus and Darger stories in a collection of his I wished that he would craftof them, and just maybe a full length My wish came true While much of the novelty and compressed energy of the stories is lost in the transition but their world isfilled out The strange combination of biopunk grotesquery, 19th century ambiance, myths, and post apocalyptic future combined with tales of unredeemed roguery on wider canvas, true the characters aren t given much m When I first read Swanwick s Surplus and Darger stories in a collection of his I wished that he would craftof them, and just maybe a full length My wish came true While much of the novelty and compressed energy of the stories is lost in the transition but their world isfilled out The strange combination of biopunk grotesquery, 19th century ambiance, myths, and post apocalyptic future combined with tales of unredeemed roguery on wider canvas, true the characters aren t given muchdepth, but Swanwick crafts this like a comic novel with endless disasters, double crosses, action, and a cast exhibiting the depth of human folly The stories also traffic in the parti...


  2. says:

    A Fine Post Utopian Dystopian Steampunk Romp Courtesy of Darger and SurplusVampire novels to the left of us, zombie novels to our right, with dystopian novels in our midst such is the current dismal state of affairs in publishing science fiction Most of these aren t worth the paper they are printed on, even if they are from some of our best known authors or the latest literary darlings aspiring toward artistic and commercial success, claiming to have both a firm appreciation and understanding A Fine Post Utopian Dystopian Steampunk Romp Courtesy of Darger and SurplusVampire novels to the left of us, zombie novels to our right, with dystopian novels in our midst such is the current dismal state of affairs in publishing science fiction Most of these aren t worth the paper they are printed on, even if they are from some of our best known authors or the latest literary darlings aspiring toward artistic and commercial success, claiming to have both a firm appreciation and understanding of science fiction s storied past That one of science fiction s greatest writers, Michael Swanwick, can have his newest novel published only by a boutique publisher, Night Shade Books, not a major publisher like Simon and Schuster, is emblematic of what is amiss now in publishing science fiction It s a bleak status that can be rectified only if readers go out and buy in droves, the ve...


  3. says:

    I normally love a heist novel, and that wasn t my problem with this book My problem with this book was the amount of weird sex The genetically engineered dog man who is 100% dog DNA but seems pretty humanoid in shape and intelligence and what not and the genetically manipulated harem girls and the sex drug giving priest who is preaching goodness knows wha...


  4. says:

    This was an interesting book, although some aspects were rather off putting I liked the vision of a post apocalyptic Russia This isn t a book where you can say, Wow, that s a really good person Everyone is highly flawed This is one of those books I d love to sit ...


  5. says:

    and Surplus are con men who have lied there way onto a caravan carrying a gift of immense value from the Caliph of Baghdad to the Duke of Moscovy But there are obstacles in the way of getting the gift to the Duke, which embroils the characters in political schemes, the agendas of religious zealots, drug rings and...


  6. says:

    Not nearly as fun as book 2 I m glad I read that one first instead of this one or else I never would have read the second book My advice Just skip this one It is fun and shows a lot of promise, but it is definitely a case where book one is used for the author getting his legs.


  7. says:

    I enjoyed this book I open with that because I was about to give it only three stars due to some vague irritation I felt Then I realized that my irritation had nothing to do with the story and everything to do with marketing and trends and people who enthusiastically follow them without review or analysis.A digression follows.I am working on a project involving steampunk This novel showed up somewhere in my research at this writing, nine people on Goodreads have shelved it as such , and I ch I enjoyed this book I open with that because I was about to give it only three stars due to some vague irritation I felt Then I realized that my irritation had nothing to do with the story and everything to do with marketing and trends and people who enthusiastically follow them without review or analysis.A digression follows.I am working on a project involving steampunk This novel showed up somewhere in my research at this writing, nine people on Goodreads have shelved it as such , and I checked it out from the library to investigate I d read Michael Swanwick s Jack Faust years ago and enjoyed it news flash it s not steampunk either Darger Surplus seemed like interesting characters, so I tracked down the short stories and read them, enjoyed them, ...


  8. says:

    Charismatic and weird, Dancing with Bears tries to be many things at once and you appreciate it as you d indulge a child her antics While I didn t reel as much as I did when reading Stations of the Tide, I had fun This book probably would translate well to cinema.Darger and Surplus find themselves running a con in Moscow but get caught up in a much bigge...


  9. says:

    Swanwick can be somewhat formulaic, but still entertaining Add one part distopian cyberpunk Apocalypse, one part techno magic, and one part sex, drugs n rocks that roll, and you have the Swanwick novel In this case, the setting is bizarro Russia, and a couple of scam artists one of whom is a genetically engineered, bipedal, talking dog, because reasons ar...


  10. says:

    Halfway through when I was just thinking this is going to my list of top fav books, the author decided to steer the story into full campy mode with plenty of russian cheese like awkward references to Baba Yaga and such folklore There s a very thin line between a fun story that doesn t take itself seriously, and a story that has gone off the edge of fun into the kingdom of silly.It s a nice read and the pages flew by really fast, but I think if the author gave it a littlelove after the Halfway through when I was just thinking this is going to my list of top fav books, the author decided to steer the story into full campy mode with plenty of russian cheese like awkward references to Baba Yaga a...

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