The Carnelian Cube

The Carnelian Cube The carnelian cube of the title is a small red dream stone confiscated by archaeologist Arthur Cleveland Finch from one of the workers on the dig he is supervising Sleeping with it beneath his pillow

  • Title: The Carnelian Cube
  • Author: L. Sprague de Camp Fletcher Pratt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Carnelian Cube

    The carnelian cube of the title is a small red dream stone confiscated by archaeologist Arthur Cleveland Finch from one of the workers on the dig he is supervising Sleeping with it beneath his pillow he finds himself cast into a parallel world as Finch Arthur Poet who is, indeed, a poet Finding his life endangered, he discovers he can use the stone to escape intoThe carnelian cube of the title is a small red dream stone confiscated by archaeologist Arthur Cleveland Finch from one of the workers on the dig he is supervising Sleeping with it beneath his pillow he finds himself cast into a parallel world as Finch Arthur Poet who is, indeed, a poet Finding his life endangered, he discovers he can use the stone to escape into yet another parallel world, and the novel follows his adventures through a succession of such worlds.

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    1. Sean

      I dunno. No particular feeling about it. I enjoyed the vocabulary. The final world (where scientists recreate historical moments by reprogramming the brains of actors to think they are historical characters) was interesting.

    2. Stuart

      Very inventive and occasionally hilarious, but the writers either ran out of steam or wrote themselves into a corner or something about 30 pages from the end. Which is sad, because the rush through the final "segment" of the narrative mars an otherwise impressive book.

    3. Gort

      Ad sit occaecati fugit aliquam molestiae et quisquam. In a voluptatem. Ducimus nihil dolore. Recusandae ratione autem.

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