In an infinite universe, millions of beings cultivated to attain supremacy.
In an infinite universe, millions of beings cultivated to attain supremacy. Some with good fortune reached the rank of God Earl after a few millennia, some didn't even reach the rank of God. This story is about Aatrox, the God-King who managed to kill a God-Emperor. But after an event, he died and was reincarnated in the body of Benjamin, a high school student who had an accident and was in a coma for 3 years. Follow the journey of Aatrox, the God-King of War in a modern world
Mortal gods : a novel. New York : Harper & Row. Collection.
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I never read my novels after they are finished. On a couple of occasions, I have tried.
I was also intrigued by the book and how it dealt with a lot of modern themes: racism, religious intolerance, consumerism, celebrity deification, terrorism and political corruption. In my correspondence with Jonathan Fast I found him very polite and most accommodating. I never read my novels after they are finished.
1978) A novel by Jonathan Fast
1978) A novel by Jonathan Fast. A near fine copy in a very good dust jacket. Purple remainder mark on the bottom page. The dust jacket has rubs to its spine tips and corners.
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Mortal gods: A novel. ISBN 10: 0060112662 ISBN 13: 9780060112660. Publisher: Harper & Row, 1978.
This novel features several satisfying science fiction tropes with a few original, or nearly original concepts, but the plot has untidy loose ends and the protagonist would be considered more terrorist than hero today. I gave it the benefit of the doubt in that it was written in more innocent times and I enjoyed it for the other worldly settings at least.
Jonathan Fast's novel, Mortal Gods, looks at a future when bio-engineering has become somewhat commonplace. Nick Harmon is a PR flack for Mutagen, the largest bio-engineering company in existence
Jonathan Fast's novel, Mortal Gods, looks at a future when bio-engineering has become somewhat commonplace. Nick Harmon is a PR flack for Mutagen, the largest bio-engineering company in existence. After playing hooky from work one day, Nick expects to be called on the carpet and, possibly, fired One of the first things bio-engineering was used for.