Peace by Gene Wolfe

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Mesmerizing sci-fi from the author the Denver Post calls "one of the literary giants of science fiction." The melancholy memoir of Alden Dennis Weer, an embittered old man living in a small midwestern town, reveals a miraculous dimension. For Weer's imagination has the power to obliterate time and reshape reality, transcending even death itself.

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Gene Wolfe has been called "the finest writer the science fiction world has yet produced" by The Washington Post. A former engineer, he has written numerous books and won a variety of awards for his SF writing.
Published January 1, 1975 by Harper & Row. 264 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Wolfe's novel about a bitter old man whose highly imaginative memoirs go beyond the real world and into another dimension is available for the first time in over a decade.

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