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Station Gehenna epub

by Andrew Weiner


Station Gehenna epub

ISBN: 0865531919

ISBN13: 978-0865531918

Author: Andrew Weiner

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Congdon & Weed in association with Davis Publications; First Edition edition (1987)

Pages: 216 pages

ePUB book: 1871 kb

FB2 book: 1233 kb

Rating: 4.9

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Andrew Weiner, Isaac Asimov. Harlequin Books, 1 нояб

Andrew Weiner, Isaac Asimov. Harlequin Books, 1 нояб. An undercover psychologist is sent to Station Gehenna, where crew members are dying, and begins to have strange dreams and hallucinations about the nature of the deaths. Результаты поиска по книге. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. When a member of the terraforming crew on the hostile surface of the planet Gehenna apparently commits suicide, special agent Victor Lewin finds that the evidence points instead to murder

Andrew Weiner (17 June 1949 – 3 December 2019) was a Canadian science fiction writer. He published three novels and over forty short stories.

Andrew Weiner (17 June 1949 – 3 December 2019) was a Canadian science fiction writer. Weiner was born in London, United Kingdom, where he graduated in social psychology from the London School of Economics. He emigrated to Canada in 1974. Station Gehenna (1987). Getting Near the End (2004, first publication in French under the title En approchant de la fin, 2000).

by. Weiner, Andrew, 1949 June 17-; Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992.

Station Gehenna book. Gehenna - all swirling, turbulent whiteness - was the most foreboding of the company's terraforming facilities. There's been a suicide on Station Gehenna. The Interplanetary Corporation. Work wasn't up to standards. The five remaining crew members were There's been a suicide on Station Gehenna. The Interplanetary Corporation wanted the facts. My name is Victor Lewin.

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Used availability for Andrew Weiner's Station Gehenna. September 1987 : USA Hardback. November 1988 : UK Paperback.

Andrew Weiner is a Canadian science fiction writer. He was born in London, England and later emigrated to Canada. Posts About Andrew Weiner. lt;p

Andrew Weiner (Weiner, Andrew). used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'Andrew Weiner' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Andrew Weiner'. by Betti-Sue Hertz, Nick Kaye, Gabriella Giannachi, Andrew Weiner, Stephen Wright. Station Gehenna: ISBN 9780809219193 (978-0-8092-1919-3) Hardcover, Congdon Weed, Inc, 1987.

It was enhanced by Umojan Protectorate technology and controlled by a unique AI, Lio Travski, the presence of whom allowed the station to be run with a minimal crew. At the minimum, all that would be required to pilot the station was Travski and a single terran.

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Six people work at the terraforming station on Gehenna before the leisure officer exits the station without an atmosphere suit. He leaves behind a note that complains of his inability to tolerate his dreams. The Spooner Interplanetary Development Corporation sends Victor Lewin, a psychologist masquerading as a replacement leisure officer, to investigate station morale after the suicide. Lewin quickly learns that safety devices should have prevented an unprotected person from opening the airlock to Gehenna's atmosphere. There is no evidence that the devices failed. Was the leisure officer murdered? If so, who killed him and how was it done?

Trying to solve the mystery, Lewin begins to have dreams of his own. And when he takes his first trip outside the station, he thinks he sees a terrifying sight .... And then there's another death. Is a saboteur trying to destroy the terraforming project? Are the crew members sharing a delusion? Or is something out there?

Station Gehenna is a science fiction novel wrapped in a mystery and lightly flavored with a horror story. While all the elements of a traditional mystery are present -- any of several suspects might be the killer -- the story raises the possibility that something outside the station, some alien force, is responsible. Told in 48 relatively brief chapters, the plot-driven story moves along at a rapid pace. The resolution, while dependent on science fiction notions that are far from innovative, is logical and satisfying. This is quick, light reading, unexceptional but well crafted and fun.
...Andrew Weiner is, however, one of the best Science Fiction writers with profound insight into the human condition. Station Gehenna was one of his first works and a good foretaste of his later offerings