Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror

The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius by Michael Moorcock

Format: Softcover, 273 pages

Publisher: Four Walls Eight Windows, September, 2003

ISBN: 1568582730

Jerry Cornelius "English assassin, physicist, rock star, messiah to the Age of Science" is one of fantastic literatures greatest creations. Acclaimed by Moorcock's readers, critics, and peers from Mick Jagger to J. G. Ballard, Cornelius is the ultimate postmodern antihero, more Borgesian than Asimovian. Three of the stories in this collection are here anthologized for the first time: "The Spencer Inheritance," which enmeshes Jerry with Princess Di; "Cheering for the Rockets," involving an attack on a Sudanese pharmaceutical plant; and "Firing the Cathedral," a novella based on 9/11 and its aftermath.

***N.B. This book has a small "publisher remainder mark" on the bottom of the pages. As such, it is sold here at a deep discount. It normally sells for $15.00 for the book alone, not including postage.

$19.00

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