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Powers of Two

Powers of Two Omnibus edition of The Skies Discrowned and An Epitaph in Rust

  • Title: Powers of Two
  • Author: Tim Powers
  • ISBN: 9781886778511
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Omnibus edition of The Skies Discrowned 1976 and An Epitaph in Rust 1976.

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    1. Andrew on said:

      This was an interesting read for me - it contains two books which represent the early (if not first) publications of Tim Powers. I have read both of these books in their reprinted format (not the Laser Edition that Mr Powers felt so disappointed about) as Skies Discrowned & Epitaph in Rust. It was not till quite recently I was able to get a copy of the NESA print of Powers of Two which contain the almost complete and final versions of the two stories. I must admit that even though I still re [...]

    2. Benjamin Espen on said:

      This book was a lot of fun! This contains the last Tim Powers novel I hadn't yet read, an Epitaph in Rust. The story was strange, but laugh out loud funny in many places. What isn't funnier than methane-bloated grass-eating android policemen? I am also glad I hadn't managed to find copies of the original stories, since the first publisher Powers found, Laser Books, heavily edited his first two books. Each is printed here in a corrected edition.This is the second book I have read recently that wa [...]

    3. Fraser on said:

      Tim Power's first two published works republished in a corrected form. Two enjoyable stories, both quite different but with some subtle similarities

    4. Mark Rzeszutek on said:

      This was awesome. Bought it at Boskone and read it through in three days. Both short novels are accessible and feel original, fresh, and uncliched even at 40 years old. A good dose of fun, too.

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