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Alfred Bester, "The Demolished Man"

“This payoff’s been on the fire for years. And you want to rob me with a Judas kiss. Does murder turn the other cheek? If it does, embrace me, brother killer. 12 more words


New Music: Valis - "Humidity"

Fresh out of Chicago comes the highly anticipated debut LP The Demolished Man from synth saviours, Valis. Something of an enigma, the band has remained shrouded in mystery for as long as they have existed, surfacing only for occasional remix work and rare live outings. 272 more words


The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester, Review by Alexicon

Alfred Bester has been lauded as one of the science fiction greats of the Twentieth Century. His two must critically acclaimed novels are The Stars, My Destination… 488 more words


Great Hugo Reread 1953: Alfred Bester's The Demolished Man

First Time/Reread: Reread. This was one of the books I read for James Gunn’s science fiction course I took at KU.
Acquired: Already owned, thanks to the aforementioned class. 351 more words

Great Hugo Readthrough

The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester

Note: This review is part of a weekly book review column that I write for City Journal, an English newspaper based in Thrissur, Kerala.

Published on 16/12/2012… 407 more words

Book Review

The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester (1953)

This mind-bendy SF crime drama is more howdunnit than whodunnit. The first to ever win the Hugo Award for Best Novel, The Demolished Man  547 more words

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