9 edition of The Chronoliths found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert Charles Wilson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||301 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||301|
The Chronoliths by Robert Charles Wilson is a Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel and the winner of the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied/5. The Chronoliths by Robert Charles Wilson is a Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel and the winner of the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.
The Chronoliths is the story of Scott Warden, a down-on-his-luck husband and father who has the bright idea to forgo his career as a computer programmer and move his family to Thailand to research and write a book. The move failing in nearly every way, his daughter contracts a bacterial illness that destroys her hearing, his research never really takes shape, . Who is the warlord "Kuin" whose victories they note? Scott wants only to rebuild his life. But some strange loop of causality keeps drawing him in, to the central mystery and a final battle with the future. The Chronoliths is a Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel and the winner of the John W. Campbell Memorial Award.
The Chronoliths (Book): Wilson, Robert Charles: One day in Thailand, 21st-century slacker Scott Warden witnesses an impossible event: the violent appearance of a foot stone pillar. Its arrival collapses trees for a quarter mile around its base. It appears to be composed of an exotic form of matter. And the inscription chiseled into it commemorates a military victory sixteen . The Chronoliths is a striking if occasionally bleak tale of time and causality that opens in the very near future. The world is going straight to hell, with social and economic crises nearly everywhere/5(26).
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The Chronoliths was a book I may never have read were it not for the rise of the eBook. This novel caught my attention long ago, but couldn't be found on local bookshelves, and had to be ordered, if I wanted to read it/5. The Chronoliths is a Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel and the winner of the John W.
Campbell Memorial Award/5(15). "The Chronoliths" is a masterpiece by a writer who knows precisely what he's doing, and certainly one of the very best SF novels of the decade. A good story, extraordinarily well told Published by User, 17 years ago/5(6). Scott Warden is a man haunted by the past--and soon to be haunted by the future.
In early-twenty-first-century Thailand, Scott is an expatriate slacker. Then, one day, he inadvertently witnesses an impossible event: the violent appearance of a. The Chronoliths by Wilson, Robert Charles and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Chronoliths is a Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel and the winner of the John W.
Campbell Memorial Award. This was, as you will have guessed, the first of the city-busting Chronoliths—in effect, first notice that something more significant than a Stranger Than Science anecdote was taking place in Southeast Asia.I sat down next to Kaitlin and let her curl up against my ribs while I.
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The Chronoliths. by Robert Charles Wilson. Robert Charles Wilson has a knack for imagining unusual paradigm disruptions on a global scale.
In Darwinia, one half of the planet suddenly “reverts” to a prehistoric state that has never existed; in his latest novel, The Chronoliths. THE CHRONOLITHS Robert Charles Wilson, Author. Tor $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book A talented SF writer who.
Scott returns to Minneapolis, divorces, and finds work as a programmer; he runs into Sue Chopra, a genius physicist he knew at college, now studying the Chronoliths. She’s convinced that the key involves temporal feedback in which the future creates the past, and that meetings and occurrences that appear coincidental aren’t.
Chronoliths is a superb book, spanning a world order advising its self some 20 years before it appears and with science and math to embalm it. Can't recommend it highly enough. Read more/5(79). His latest tale, THE CHRONOLITHS, is a strong story focusing on the time-space continuum with the future seemingly stretching its hand into the present.
Mindful in many ways of the basic theme behind The Terminator, readers will accept the time travel premise and not care that it appears conceptually flawed. The Chronoliths is a temporal paradox story.
The central question of who or what is "Kuin" pulls you in like a black hole. The first person narrative of protagonist Scott Wardon makes the character incredibly authentic. And if you have downloaded Gateway or Man Plus, both by Frederik Pohl, thae you are guaranteed to enjoy The Chronoliths, too.
The Chronoliths (Book): Wilson, Robert Charles: "AIn twenty-first-century Asia, the appearance of huge stone pillars that emit ionizing radiation and bear inscriptions commemorating military victories from the future draws Scott Warden into the mystery of these bizarre monuments and a confrontation withthe future"-- Publisher.
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Print book: Fiction: English: 1st mass market edView all editions and formats Summary: Twenty-first-century Asia is transformed by the arrival of huge monolithic stone pillars that emit a burst of ionizing radiation and are engraved with inscriptions commemorating military victories from the future, as Scott Warden is drawn into the mysteries.The chronoliths are a series of enourmous stone pillars commemorating the victories of the warlord Kuin that arrive, seemingly from the near future, over the course of several years.
Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. The Chronoliths is a story about people, and one mans journey through world changing events more than it is about the objects themselves. RCW's stories have always been more about the characters than the sci-fi, and Chronoliths is no different/5(14).