Mark von Schlegell
Mercury Station (Semiotext(e) / Native Agents)
July 16, 2019 Comments.. 567
Mercury Station (Semiotext(e) / Native Agents) Mark von Schlegell Published by Semiotext e in 2005, Mark von Schlegell s debut novel Venusia was hailed in the sci fi and literary worlds as a breathtaking excursion and heady kaleidoscopic trip, establishing him as an important practitioner of vanguard science fiction Mercury Station, the second book in Von Schlegell s System Series, continues the journey into a dystopian literary fuPublished by Semiotext e in 2005, Mark von Schlegell s debut novel Venusia was hailed in the sci fi and literary worlds as a breathtaking excursion and heady kaleidoscopic trip, establishing him as an important practitioner of vanguard science fiction Mercury Station, the second book in Von Schlegell s System Series, continues the journey into a dystopian literary future It is 2150 Eddard J Ryan was born in a laboratory off Luna City, an orphan raised by the Black Rose Army, a radical post Earth Irish revolutionary movement But his first bombing went wrong and he s been stuck in a borstal on Mercury for decades System Space has collapsed and most of human civilization with it, but Eddie Ryan and his fellow prisoners continue to suffer the remote control domination of the borstal and its condescending central authority, the qompURE MERKUR, programmed to treat them as adolescents Yet things could be worse With little human supervision, the qompURE can be fooled There s food and whiskey, and best of all, the girl of Eddie Ryan s dreams, his long time friend and comrade Kor McAllister, is in the same prison When his old boss, rich and eccentric chrononaut Count Reginald Skaw shows up in orbit with an entire interstation cruiser at his disposal, there s even the possibility of escape in time Like Venusia, Mercury Station tells a compelling story, drawn through a labyrinth of future history sci fi, medieval hard fantasy, and cascading samplings of high and low culture The book is a brilliant literary assault against the singularity of self and its imprisonment in Einsteinian spacetime.. Mercury Station Semiotext e Native Agents Published by Semiotext e in Mark von Schlegell s debut novel Venusia was hailed in the sci fi and literary worlds as a breathtaking excursion and heady kaleidoscopic trip establishing him as an
  • Title: Mercury Station (Semiotext(e) / Native Agents)
  • Author: Mark von Schlegell
  • ISBN: 9781584350712
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mercury Station (Semiotext(e) / Native Agents) Mark von Schlegell

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    1. Liviu says:

      I have to say that this one is closer to what one would call essential sf than things usually labeled such it is innovative in so many ways, and while Venusia was weird but with a sort of clear plot action and I have not decided yet if Mercury Station truly makes sense plot wise, the things thrown in almost casually from a chrono dynamics theory, to Quantum computers, to Medieval imagery and action combined with 22nd century Solar System intrigue, all in a package that will make you a bit dizzy [...]

    2. Glen Rubsamen says:

      the return of poetry to sci fi, dark, strange, perverse and timeless, a book that will come of age in 20 years brilliant

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