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Fantasy
Author: Michael G Coney
ISBN: 0575018518
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Pages 192 pages
Publisher Gollancz (October 24, 1974)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
Rating: 4.7
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by Michael G Coney


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Michael G. Coney is the award-winning author of such novels as Syzygy, Monitor Found In Orbit, Brontomek!, Cat Karina, and The Celestial Steam Locomotive

Michael G. Coney is the award-winning author of such novels as Syzygy, Monitor Found In Orbit, Brontomek!, Cat Karina, and The Celestial Steam Locomotive. His short stories have appeared in magazines the world over and are frequently included in anthologies.

Another of Coney's themes concerns small isolated communities, as in The Hero of Downways, Winter's Children and Fang, the Gnome. In Syzygy the inhabitants of a small town, a fairly recent settlement on an alien planet, struggle to survive the hidden dangers of the planet's ecosystem; in Brontomek! the same characters a few years later face a wholly human threat.

by. Michael G. Coney (Author).

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Settings and themes of Coney's books vary between the different novels. Another of Coney's themes concerns small isolated communities - The Hero of Downways, Winter's Children and Fang, the Gnome. A common element is that rather ordinary people are buffeted by forces beyond their strength, and mostly not much concerned with them. Most SF gives superior power to the main characters, or has them acquire it during the course of the tale. Another of Coney's themes is small isolated communities - The Hero of Downways, Winter's Children and Fang, the Gnome. A common element is that you follow rather ordinary people who are buffeted by forces beyond their strength, and mostly not much concerned with them. Most SF gives the superior powers to the leading characters, or has them acquire it during the course of the tale.

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