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Clone

Clone Il luogo le fogne di una grande metropoli un ribollente laboratorio biologico una infinita variet di sostanze Un vaso di Pandora pronto a esplodere Il tempo le di una notte di settembre La pri

  • Title: Clone
  • Author: Theodore L. Thomas Kate Wilhelm Beata della Frattina
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Il luogo le fogne di una grande metropoli, un ribollente laboratorio biologico, una infinita variet di sostanze Un vaso di Pandora pronto a esplodere Il tempo le 00.51 di una notte di settembre La prima struttura molecolare un minuscolo grumo gelatinoso non pi grande di un granello di sabbia Dopo circa due ore il granello una massa pulsante di trenta centimetriIl luogo le fogne di una grande metropoli, un ribollente laboratorio biologico, una infinita variet di sostanze Un vaso di Pandora pronto a esplodere Il tempo le 00.51 di una notte di settembre La prima struttura molecolare un minuscolo grumo gelatinoso non pi grande di un granello di sabbia Dopo circa due ore il granello una massa pulsante di trenta centimetri cubi Crescendo in progressione ipergeometrica, la struttura molecolare si espande per i collettori laterali Ore 07.00, l entit occhieggia dal foro di scarico di un lavandino Ore 07.35 una certa Maude Wendall, casalinga, cerca di sturare il suo lavandino con un dito Aprendo la porta dell inferno.Copertina di Franco Brambilla

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    1. Jointly written in 1965 by Theodore L. Thomas and Kate Wilhelm, and based upon Thomas' earlier short story of the same name. The Clone was nominated for a Nebula Award, but lost to a little book by Frank Herbert called Dune. Which itself has since gone on to become a science fiction classic. And a really disturbing David Lynch movie, but we're not here to discuss Herbert's masterpiece. We're here to discuss one of the many novels that it beat out for the Nebula Award!The Clone begins auspiciousl [...]

    2. the stephen king book he has not written. quick, comic, horrific, this is probably exactly the right media: graphics extensive, too long, movies too short, too unexplained. like a sk short story, no excess, very cinematic, covers society, yes this is basically 'the blob' set in Chicago. goofy fun

    3. This starts innocuously enough it will gradually frighten more then any version of the blob ever did. I first read in the mass market paperback and subsequently re read again and again. The amazon review: copied from older review is accurate this is how it opens and unlike the blob which crashed to earth, this one we created just from what we do not some alien, the fright comes from how it begins: This review is from: The Clone (Vintage Berkley F1169) (Mass Market Paperback) Book Description: On [...]

    4. I picked up this book because it said it was co=written by Kate Wilhelm. However, I don't really sense her handprints on it much. Perhaps this Thomas fellow couldn't get published on his own? I'd be interested to know the back story here.The Blob on steroids is the feel of this. A definite disaster book and of course many die but smart humans band together and prevail in the end.

    5. Stephen King recommended book. He says "short, but gruesomely effective" in Chapter 2 of Berkley's 1983 paperback edition of Danse Macabre.

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