All eyes were watching the eclipse of the Moon when the Wanderer came. Only a few scientists had even suspected its presence, and then, suddenly, it was there, dwarfing and threatening the Moon and wreaking havoc with Earth¿s tides and weather. The huge, garishly coloured artificial world has only stopped in the Solar system to refuel but its mere presence is a catastrophe for the inhabitants of Earth, who all struggle in their different ways to survive the climatic chaos it unleashes. A brilliant description of the of the days of chaos as total destruction threatens the Earth.
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'Richly eccentric, almost encyclopedic... ambitious... and eminently readable' Science Fiction: The 100 Best NovelsAbout the Author:
Fritz Leiber (1910-1992) studied psychology and physiology at the University of Chicago and then spent a year at a theological seminary. He worked as an editor for the Science Digest, acted (he came from a theatrical family) and was a drama teacher before turning to writing. He is particularly well known for his fantasy writing but his other sf includes The Big Time, which also won a Hugo.
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: Acceptable. Spine slante dand creased. general signs of wear to cover, corners and edges. Otherwise in good condition. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 122900