Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday

Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday

Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday

Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday



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Dayworld was born from the overpopulation and chaos of the late 21st century: live just one day out of seven, spend the rest in a suspended animation called stoning, and humanity will only need one-seventh of the resources it was consuming on its dying planet. Now, three-and-a-half centuries into this New Era-or two "subjective generations" later-everyone seems blessed with peace and abundance. But one man is about to discover that the seeds of the world's destruction were deeply planted by the time the Dayworld began.

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."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162807322
Publisher: Meteor House
Publication date: 05/11/2020
Series: Dayworld Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 975,052
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Philip José Farmer was named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America in 2001, capping a distinguished career of over fifty novels and one hundred short stories, many of which were award winners. He is best known for his Riverworld and World of Tiers series, and for the Wold Newton Family, which includes many recognizable characters such as Tarzan, Doc Savage, Nero Wolfe, and Sherlock Holmes.

Danny Adams is the author of the early medieval historical novel Lest Camelot Fall (Musa, 2014) and coauthor, again with Philip José Farmer, of the short science fiction novel The City Beyond Play (PS Publishing, 2007/2012). Adams has also been published in Abyss & Apex, Asimov’s Science Fiction, Ideomancer, Mythic Delirium, Not One of Us, Paradox, Space & Time, Star*Line, Strange Horizons, and The Worlds of Philip José Farmer. He also reviews science fiction and fantasy books for Publishers Weekly.
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