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Steven R. Boyett, also known as DJ Steve Boyett, is a writer and disc jockey based in Northern California. Boyett sold his first novel, Ariel, at the age of 21, and went on to publish The Architect of Sleep, The Gnole (with illustrator Alan Aldridge), Elegy Beach, a sequel to Ariel, and many short stories and novellas.
Changing that would entail a fairly extensive revision, essentially making Ariel a different book.
SKU: ERBAEN0096 For Lisa, who helped me see things as they are Grateful. Changing that would entail a fairly extensive revision, essentially making Ariel a different book. And changing everything but that would make it even more jarring. I feel that, unless it’s a case of restoring omitted material-which I’m delighted to have been able to do here-or fixing some truly egregious grammatical or plot error, a released work is an implicit snapshot of its creator during its creation, a glimpse of where that person was in his craft and interests at that time.
However, Boyett’s skill in evoking the feelings between Ariel and Pete is wonderfully . One thing that is remarkable about the novel is that Boyett published it when he was only 19 years old.
However, Boyett’s skill in evoking the feelings between Ariel and Pete is wonderfully rendered. In the Changed world of the novel, no creature is more magical than a unicorn and nothing holds as much magical power as the horn of a unicorn. In the two decades since the book was first published the world has changed and Boyett has written a sequel. Publisher Ace has repackaged Ariel with an iconic cover from Steve Stone that does well to convey many of the themes and overall feels of the novel, in spite of the lack of a unicorn on the cover.
Posted on September 23, 2009. Author: Steven R. Boyett. Genre: Speculative Fiction (Sci-Fi/Fantasy), Post-Apocalyptic. Publisher: Ace Publication Date: January 1983 (original), August 2009 (re-release) Paperback: 448 pages. Go forth and check it out! Verdict: I highly enjoyed Ariel.
SUMMARY: It's been five years since the lights went out, cars stopped in the streets, and magical creatures began roaming Earth. Pete Garey survived the Change, trusting no one but himself until the day he met Ariel-a unicorn who brought new meaning and adventure to his life.
By Steven R. Boyett Read by Ramón de Ocampo. Steven R. Boyett sold his first novel at 21 and went on to publish novels, short stories, feature screenplays, and comic books. Category: Contemporary Fantasy. In 1999 he took some time off from writing, and during this period he learned to play the didgeridoo. ore about Steven R. About Steven R.