This French author takes an unremittingly dim view of the future, hypothesizing various dooms; time itself breaks down or...

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FUTURE WITHOUT FUTURE

This French author takes an unremittingly dim view of the future, hypothesizing various dooms; time itself breaks down or aliens descend upon a helpless earth or bureaucracy drains our humanity. There are some ingenious touches but this old-fashioned blend of anomie, Orwellian gloom and trick endings has few surprises to offer. The latest in Seabury's worthy series of foreign SF, smoothly translated by Frank Zero.

Pub Date: Jan. 7, 1973

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Publisher: Seabury Press

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1973