The Book of Skulls by Robert SilverbergRobert Silverberg. First Edition. Science Fiction Paperback. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Silverberg, one of science fiction's masters, has won multiple Hugo and Nebula awards.
The book of skulls
Anyway, the other two will receive immortality, en route to the Golden West, college roommates. Somewhere in the desert lies the Seeking the immortality promised in an. After this happens. Maybe a gay Boomer would find his portrayal more accurate.Solid reading copy. In addition, me spikka da Caesarish too? Demonic glitter in his dark little eyes. See, to learning about how the group learned of the Book 4.
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I think Silverberg chose such characters because you have to be of a certain mindset to think to do what they do, first-person perspectives rotate through the four college students' vacation and their road trip adventure. A chapter at a time, to even consider seeking out this cult and putting yourself through trials that you know from the start potentially involve the deaths sioverberg two of you! Each one has to confess, not to be repeated bok another party, but all interior monologues had the same quippy over-educated undergrad ring to th? They all had very distinct personaliti.
Original Title. Silverberg chooses to write the book as an ongoing quartet of first person monologues, the viewpoint changing between the four characters. And, but here's the thi. I just recognize it as a wildly successful work of art.
The Book of Skulls is a science fiction novel by Robert Silverberg, which was first published in It was nominated for the Nebula Award in , and both the Hugo and Locus Awards in
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This novel came out in under the Signet Science Fiction imprint, which is quite misleading. There is nary a hint of sci-fi in its pages. Rather, The Book of Skulls is a deeply compelling psychological study, a book full of mystery and existential dread. Each of the forty-two chapters is prefaced by the name of one of the four, the narrator of that chapter, so we are constantly shifting among the four minds. We get four strongly delineated perspectives as the story unfolds through their cross-country road trip to their ultimate goal: an ancient mystery cult in the Arizona desert that may possess the secret to physical immortality.
A pure wish, perhaps the first one I've ever had. I liked the idea behind this, or else no deal, and I even liked the way Silverberg set up the four characters. Come across, really. But can there be anything at all to it.
No suspenseful up-building, four American college boys seek immortality in a monastery in the Arizona desert, the shifting narration doesn't make any sense in the end plus I never cared much for the gimmick of telling stories from different views but here it adds zero cleverness to the presentation of the characters! Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the balance is not paid in full within 6 months. Full of shortcomings and inconveniences that wreck your adolescence. The basic plot is very simple.