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Origins, Part One: Thor's Hammer. Revised And Expanded

Dick, Tessa B.

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ISBN 10: 1440459673 / ISBN 13: 9781440459672
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2008
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Title: Origins, Part One: Thor's Hammer. Revised ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2008

Book Condition: Fine

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By the author of Philip K. Dick: Remembering Firebright! What if humanoids took refuge on the prison planet Gaea (Earth), after their own planet was destroyed in a war of the distant past? What if Genesis 6 were literally true? And what if dinosaurs walked the Earth alongside people? Ray Nelson, co-author of Philip K. Dick's "The Ganymede Takeover", says: "'Origins' is good stuff, real science fiction, unlike most of the bogus SF on the current market. . . . I would say you not only have an alternate universe good for a sequel or two, but for a long series of novels and short stories. Many a Grand Master has based a whole career on one or two private universes." In the midst of interplanetary war, the survivors of a planet-killing weapon strive to maintain their hierarchical social structure, which is based on a misguided eugenics program. Taking refuge on the primitive planet Earth, they struggle against predatory dinosaurs, as well as alien spacecraft. Second edition, revised and expanded. Part one of three.

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Fifth wife of Philip K. Dick (Bladerunner, Minority Report) made her debut with "Origins". She taught English and Communications at Chapman University for 12 years before turning her efforts to writing and publishing the stories that she has been developing since childhood.

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