Philip José Farmer's short story, "The Sliced-Crosswise Only-On-Tuesday World," and trilogy, Dayworld, Dayworld Rebel, and Dayworld Breakup, explored the fascinating concept of subjective generations. He also began a prequel Dayworld novel, but did not complete it, and now Danny Adams has picked up the mantle. Set generations before the events of the original trilogy, A Hole in Wednesday has direct links to the acclaimed series, exploring the developing world and antecedent characters who defy the confines of a life lived within a "vertical calendar."
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About the Author
Philip José Farmer (1918-2009) was an award-winning science fiction author who wrote more than 70 novels. He is best known for the Riverworld series of books and the fan-favorite The World of Tiers series. Farmer often mixed real and fictional elements in his books, as epitomized by his Wold Newton series. In 2001, he was awarded the Grand Master Prize from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and won a World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Award.