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Daniel Keys Moran

Auteur de The Long Run

21+ oeuvres 1,247 utilisateurs 17 critiques 15 Favoris

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Œuvres de Daniel Keys Moran

The Long Run (1989) 314 exemplaires
Emerald Eyes (1988) 287 exemplaires
The Last Dancer (1993) 278 exemplaires
The Armageddon Blues (1988) 176 exemplaires
The Ring (1988) 81 exemplaires
Terminal Freedom (1998) 30 exemplaires
Old Man (2007) 4 exemplaires
Lord November (1994) 4 exemplaires
Freeway in My Back Yard (2011) 4 exemplaires
Realtime (1984) 3 exemplaires
On Sequoia Time (1996) 3 exemplaires
Players 1 exemplaire
Prsten 1 exemplaire
The Existential Blues (1988) 1 exemplaire

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War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches (1997) — Contributeur — 235 exemplaires

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A disjointed and confusing novel about the emergance of a new genetic line of Homo Sapiens. Telepaths, who appear to be the ancestors of time travellers. Who are popping in and out of the story and making things even more confusing. Story segments were not segued well and it felt very herky-jerky. I guess this is a series, but I won't be reading any more.
 
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BookstoogeLT | 5 autres critiques | Dec 10, 2016 |
This was a good time to read, and I dreaded coming to the end because I knew that it was going to end without, well, ending. I'm hoping that three years is long enough, and that DKM will be bringing out the next book soon. I enjoyed this. It's not often, any more, that something holds my attention in this way. The best thing is that DKM has a handle on how writing code works, and how people think problems out.
 
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Lyndatrue | 2 autres critiques | Dec 8, 2014 |
If you are a fan of DKM (I am), or just curious about the book because of the title (taken from the first short essay), you should still get this book. I started reading the first essay, and was hooked until I'd read them all.

Full contents of the book below:

A collection of essays, short fiction, and screenplays by Daniel Keys Moran.

Essays

A Freeway In My Back Yard
The Road Goes Everywhere
The Vast and Endless Sea
It’s Great to Be Me
Motorcycles
Two Guys Talking about Cars
The Conduct of a Gentleman
Freedom Highway
For My Father
Queen Of the Angels
Total Information Awareness

Nonfiction

Speech to the Coalition for Networked Information (1995)
A Faster Darkness (1995)
Driving to San Antonio (1997)
Infinite Methods (2007)

Fiction

A Day in the Life of a Telephone Pole (1974)
In Cool Blood
STAR WARS: Empire Blues
STAR WARS: A Barve Like That
STAR WARS: The Last One Standing
Roughing It During the Martian Invasion
On Sequoia Time
Spiderman Kevin Stout Moran
Everywhere You Want To Go

Scripts

5-Minute Brick
Pasty D
Dream On: Another One Bites The Dust
A Moment in Time
… (plus d'informations)
 
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Lyndatrue | Sep 19, 2014 |
Second of a series, it's the best written volume and stands well on its own. Mythical scope and language and unforgettable characters in mid-21st Earth and Luna.
Hard to find in print - author never made the big time. Digital versions now available however.
 
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Clevermonkey | 1 autre critique | May 29, 2014 |

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Œuvres
21
Aussi par
7
Membres
1,247
Popularité
#20,577
Évaluation
½ 3.6
Critiques
17
ISBN
23
Langues
2
Favoris
15

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