THE HOLE IN THE ZERO by M.K. Joseph

THE HOLE IN THE ZERO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Those who like their fantasy far far out in hyperspace will find The Hole in the Zero and take off in superdrive. Willful, self-made planet, financier Kraag, his bored, unbashful daughter Helena and her reluctant fiancee Merganser, a cynical albino, arrive at the end of the universe with permission to make a trip beyond into chaos. The guide, Paradine, takes precautions but an accident plunges them into an abyss of never-never worlds which shift according to the personality that passes through--composites of racial myth, memory and fantasy. Mr. Joseph operates out of a cosmic imagination...exhausting.

Pub Date: Feb. 16th, 1967
Publisher: Dutton