The Death Master

The Death Master THE PAST was represented by the Reservation where pople fled the new machines that did the work of man tand the new morality that replaced conscience and dutyE PRESENT was the Pleasure State home o
  • Title: The Death Master
  • Author: Benjamin Appel
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE PAST was represented by the Reservation, where pople fled the new machines that did the work of man, tand the new morality that replaced conscience and dutyE PRESENT was the Pleasure State, home of total sexual freedom and a playground where a gigantic amusement parks provided men and women with ever exotic thrillsE FUTURE was claimed by a secret society ledTHE PAST was represented by the Reservation, where pople fled the new machines that did the work of man, tand the new morality that replaced conscience and dutyE PRESENT was the Pleasure State, home of total sexual freedom and a playground where a gigantic amusement parks provided men and women with ever exotic thrillsE FUTURE was claimed by a secret society led by a master scientist who was preparing the world for the ultimate kick And unless an old fashioned sheriff from the Reservation could stop this man, all humankind would be helpless puppets in the diabolical hands of the THE DEATH MASTER.
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    1. An American novelist who specialized in detective and crime fiction, Appel grew up in the Hell s Kitchen area of NYC, and his experiences strongly influenced his work Appel worked as a bank clerk, farmer, lumberjack, factory hand, and housing inspector for New York City, until he finally published his fist book, Brain Guy in 1934.

    2. I picked this piece for a nickel because of the to the point title and the comparisons to Huxley and Orwell on the back cover The end result turned out to be a disappointing trifle with some interesting sparks of a sci fi world of 2040 s scattered hither and thither The humour is dry, self aware and at times utterly childish The future world still stuck into cold war, commie scare, Christian fundamentalism, misogyny and sexual taboos of 1950 s reminds slightly of the movie Dr Strangelove and Fal [...]

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