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Time and his belief in the existence of a secret Utopian citadel But there is one thing that may have the power to come between Bastable and his goal a battle of Armageddon so horrifying in its believability that it almost obliterates his ability to keep searchi Unexpectedly smart a grim but witty bit of afrofuturism blended with alt history

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The Land Leviathan A New Scientific Romance

Out of a world in which events defy the laws of Space and Time comes Michael Moorcok's intriguing new science fiction novel the fantastic tale of Oswald Bastable a man trapped forever by Time The desperation of Bastable's bizarre fate runs deep for an unpredicta I have sometimes wondered what social stability is It is probably just a uestion of points of view and personal experienceThis is pretty similar to the first installment the multiverse is myriad and the alternate history stumbled upon has wonky technology and world wide race war rife with biological weapons and ritual torture There was hasty aspect to this a few ideas are given flesh and then insert some gruesome battle scenes There was a philosophical dimension to this one

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Ble time warp thrusts him into strange worlds all parallel to his own and yet different Throughout all this Bastable can remain steadfast in his determination to reach his own time because of his faith in one woman inextricably bound to him in all dimensions of Entertaining in a modest way but certainly not his best work


10 thoughts on “The Land Leviathan A New Scientific Romance

  1. says:

    This is of the same Homeboy gets transported to a new time and he KNOWS that he's hanging around with the goodgu

  2. says:

    This is the second volume in Moorcock's Oswald Bastable trilogy the Nomad of the Timestreams an alternate history post apocalyptic steampunk before it was a thing series of adventures It follows The Warlord of the Air and precedes The Steel Tsar This one suffers from the middle book syndrome a bit revisiting too many of the ideas of the firs

  3. says:

    I have sometimes wondered what social stability is It is probably just a uestion of points of view and personal experienceThis is pretty simila

  4. says:

    Michael Moorcock's second novel starring Cpt Oswald Bastable is a rushed and rather confused handling of a very compelling theme This

  5. says:

    Entertaining in a modest way but certainly not his best work

  6. says:

    Hugely enjoyable time jumping alternative universe from Moorcock This time moving from a Gandhi led South Africa to an African war on America

  7. says:

    Unexpectedly smart a grim but witty bit of afrofuturism blended with alt history

  8. says:

    Excellent seuel to The Warlord of The Air which continues the adventures of Oswald Bastable In this one a USA that has re introduced slavery faces an African warlord out for revenge

  9. says:

    There are a few similarities with the previous Bastable book but there’s a little moral ambiguity in this oneFun and fast paced

  10. says:

    And so the adventures of Oswald Bastable continue thrusting him yet again through the barriers of time and into a strange