Punctuated Equilibrium / The Proepistrephomeniad by Bernard Saftner

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"Punctuated Equilibrium . . . the definitive anthology of works by one of the world’s most extraordinary contemporary authors!

Twenty literary masterpieces—one novel, two novellas, six short stories and eleven poems—in one authorized, unexpurgated edition!

Features:

The Proepistrephomeniad. In this sweeping metaphysical epic, Sir Chrysogonus Exiordines must overcome the natural and supernatural forces arrayed against him in a perilous faraway land. The cost of failure is complete apocalyptic annihilation!

‘The Louisiana Book of the Dead.’ A beautiful young woman afflicted with a deadly secret finds herself in the sights of a psychotic killer.

‘Homeward, Warrior.’ A Viking’s son discovers glory and love on the twisting path to the land of his forebears.

Plus a host of other instant classics, including ‘The Arrowhead,’ ‘Attis,’ ‘Coal for Christmas,’ and ‘The Magic Calf’—all in this one convenient, affordable volume!"
 

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Punctuated Equilibrium . . . the definitive anthology of works by one of the world?s most extraordinary contemporary authors! Twenty literary masterpieces?one novel, two novellas, six short stories and eleven poems?in one authorized, unexpurgated edition! Features: The Proepistrephomeniad. In this sweeping metaphysical epic, Sir Chrysogonus Exiordines must overcome the natural and supernatural forces arrayed against him in a perilous faraway land. The cost of failure is complete apocalyptic annihilation! ?The Louisiana Book of the Dead.? A beautiful young woman afflicted with a deadly secret finds herself in the sights of a psychotic killer. ?Homeward, Warrior.? A Viking?s son discovers glory and love on the twisting path to the land of his forebears. Plus a host of other instant classics, including ?The Arrowhead,? ?Attis,? ?Coal for Christmas,? and ?The Magic Calf??all in this one convenient, affordable volume!
 
Published November 20, 2008 by Xlibris. 808 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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