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by George Allen England

ePub Darkness  Dawn Volume 1 - The Vacant World (Classic Science Fiction  Fantasy) download
Author:
George Allen England
ISBN13:
978-1846770272
ISBN:
1846770270
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Publisher:
LEONAUR (January 3, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Science Fiction
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1612 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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327

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Even allowing for when this book was written I found it pretty dreadful.

Shelves: sci-fi-fantasy. I read this out of sci-fi historical curiousity. The characters are flat, and there are giant plot holes. But like speculative fiction I feel it moved from beginning to end very well, the plot plausibility. hard to assume such science-fiction plausible really. Even allowing for when this book was written I found it pretty dreadful.

April 22, 2011 History. There's no description for this book yet. George, Allen England. Are you sure you want to remove Darkness & Dawn Volume 1 - The Vacant World (Classic Science Fiction & Fantasy) from your list? Darkness & Dawn Volume 1 - The Vacant World (Classic Science Fiction & Fantasy). by George, Allen England. Published January 3, 2006 by Leonaur Ltd.

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Darkness & Dawn Volume 1 - The Vacant World (Classic Science Fiction & Fantasy) The Pioneering Novel of New York After the Fall - New York City - the end of the 3rd millennium. Monumental buildings in ruins. Central Park a jungle peopled by savage sub-humans.

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by George Allan England. Tags: Science Fiction Novel-Classic. BOOK I: The Vacant World. Science Fiction Story: Allan Stern and his secretary Beatrice Kendricks awake in New York City, one thousand years after an asteroid destroys most life on earth. Just his luck, Allan is a master engineer and can make explosives, build bridges, fly bi-planes, etc. Beatrice is the gorgeous, spunky blond along for the ride (she even gets kidnapped by a giant gorilla at one point!). In the first part the discussion is of what happened, and how they will save themselves and rebuild civilization.

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Packed with drama, adventure, and romance, these gripping stories constitute a science-fiction classic in the tradition of H. G. Wells.

Packed with drama, adventure, and romance, these gripping stories constitute a science-fiction classic in the tradition of H. Originally published as magazine serials, they first appeared in single-volume form in 1914.

The Pioneering Novel of New York After the Fall - New York City - the end of the 3rd millennium. Monumental buildings in ruins. Central Park a jungle peopled by savage sub-humans. A huge black shape moving across the night sky occluding the stars. Civilization has vanished along with humankind. Into this hostile new world two survivors of our enlightened age awaken from 1000 years of slumber - to fall victims to a world gone wild? - or to give mankind a second chance?
  • I first read Darkness and Dawn in 1973 from a Hyperion Press Classics edition. The 3 inch single volume was hard to handle, reprinted in the same font as the original. Even though it was written at the turn of the century it is amazingly relevent today. I just finished seeing the Will Smith movie... I Am Legend...and found interesting similarities even with a diffrent premis. The written word here is fantastic. Anyone who enjoys SF or fantisy will find this book amazing. I have been doing searches for 25 years to find a replacement version for my long lost Hyperion andfinally...the three volume set has arrived. This is a must read.

  • I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT BEFORE I READ THIS BOOK. MY SON RECOMMENDED IT SO I TOOK HIM AT HIS WORD. I FOUND IT DIFFICULT TO SEPARATE FANTASY FROM REALITY AND HAD TO KEEP REMINDING MYSELF THE SITE WAS IN A DESTROYED NEW YORK CITY IN A MODERN AMERICA. IMAGINE WAKING UP ONE DAY AND FINDING YOURSELF ALONE IN A WORLD WITH NO CONTACT WITH ANYONE AS TO WHAT HAD HAPPENED AND WHY. HOW COULD YOU RELATE TO THIS STRANGE UNOCCUPIED CITY YWHERE YOU HAD WORKED AND LIVED. NO NOISE, NO RADIOS, NO TELEPHONES, NO AUTOMOBILES, NOTHING FAMILIAR. HOW DID THIS COME ABOUT? AND THEN SUDDENLY THERE WAS ANOTHER PERSON WITH WHOM YOU COULD COMMUNICATE. WHAT NOW? COULD SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAPPEN IN THE LARGEST CITY IN THE WORLD?