Phillip Mann Wulfsyarn

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Book Description Victor Gollancz, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine: Small signs of wear. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Cover Art: John Brettoner (illustrator). 1st Edition. © 1990: A stand-alone novel by Phillip Mann. 1st edition, 1st printing:- Synopsis: The Nightingale was the most advanced craft in the entire fleet of Mercy ships belonging to the Gentle Order of St Francis Dionysos. On its maiden voyage, its life bays packed with refugees, the Nightingale disappeared. Despite strenuous efforts no trace of it could be found. Then, a year later, a distress signal was heard and the Nightingale reappeared. It was damaged in ways that meant its survival in space was a miracle. But of its precious cargo of life-forms there was no sign. Only one creature remained alive within the ship, and that was its captain, Jon Wilberfoss. 'Wulfsyarn' is the story of the Nightingale, and of Jon Wilberfoss. It is told by Wulf, an autoscribe who has the task of observing Wilberfoss in the aftermath of his return. For the captain of the Nightingale is a condemned man: condemned by the Gentle Order, and self-condemned by a burden of guilt so intense that his mind refuses to acknowledge it. Over the long period of Wilberfoss's tortured convalescence in a peaceful monastery garden on the planet Tallin, Wulf watches and waits, recording the mosaic of Wilberfoss's life: his childhood and adolescence, his entry into the Gentle Order, his marriage (to a native Tallin woman), and the great moment when he was chosen as captain of the Nightingale. But can Wulf bring Wilberfoss finally to face the truth of what happened on the Nightingale's fatal first and last journey?:- Review(s): "In 'Wulfsyarn', Philip Mann demonstrates again that he has few equals in the creation of vividly believable aliens and alien cultures. The story is both a gripping mystery set against a superbly imagined future history, and a fascinating examination of guilt, faith and reality. And in Wulf the autoscribe, Phillip Mann has created one of the most extraordinary narrators in science fiction":- (original cost £13.95). Seller Inventory # 18.999.00002

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