Brian Michael Stableford (born 25 July 1948) is a British science fiction writer who has published more than 70 novels.
Brian Michael Stableford (born 25 July 1948) is a British science fiction writer who has published more than 70 novels. His earlier books were published under the name Brian M. Stableford, but more recent ones have dropped the middle initial and appeared under the name Brian Stableford. He has also used the pseudonym Brian Craig for a couple of very early works, and again for a few more recent works
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Bureau of the Census. Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Maryland. 1994) (The third book in the David Lydyard series) A novel by Brian Stableford. God is dead, and seven remaining fallen angels carry on their eternal battle through human agents. Now, while the Great War rages in Europe, David Lydyard embarks on his final supernatural quest.
A biologist and sociologist by training, Stableford lives in Reading, England.
Critically acclaimed British "hard-science" writer Brian Stableford is the author of more than thirty books, including Cradle of the Sun, The Blind Worm, Days of Glory, In the Kingdom of the Beasts, Day of Wrath, The Halcyon Drift, The Paradox of the Sets, The Realms of Tartarus, The Empire of Fear, The Angel of Pain and The Carnival of Destruction, Serpent's. Blood and Inherit the Earth. A biologist and sociologist by training, Stableford lives in Reading, England. Stableford may have written more about how the ongoing revolutions in biological and genetic science will change the very nature of humanity itself than any other writer of the last decade.
3 The Carnival of Destruction (1994). 3 The Mirror of Dionysius (2016). 4 The Pool of Mnemosyne (2018). 1 The Days of Glory (1971). 2 In the Kingdom of the Beasts (1971). 3 Day of Wrath (1971). Dupin, Saint-Germain.
Find nearly any book by Brian M Stableford. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Cradle of the Sun. ISBN 9780722181003 (978-0-7221-8100-3) Softcover, London: Sphere, 1970. Find signed collectible books: 'Cradle of the Sun'.
The Wellsian scientific romance gets a vigorous retooling in this captivating mix of fantasy, science fiction and metaphysics from Stableford (The Carnival of Destruction, 1994).
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The Wellsian scientific romance gets a vigorous retooling in this captivating mix of fantasy, science fiction and metaphysics from Stableford (The Carnival of Destruction, 1994). It is 1895, and in a London salon a group that includes, among others, Oscar Wilde, . Wells, "The Great Detective" (aka Sherlock Holmes) and Dr. Watson, as well as secretive narrator Count Lugard, listens spellbound as scientist Edward Copplestone prophesies a future he glimpsed during three drug-induced trances that revealed to him a humanity that will have degenerated into a.
Brian Stableford has been hailed as "one of the most inventive and original writers working today" (The Times) and this, his latest novel, may very well be the cornerstone of his career. The Carnival of Destruction is the brilliantly realized apocalyptic climax to the lauded trilogy that began with The Werewolves of London and continued with The Angel of Pain. It is l9I8, twenty-five years have passed since Lydyard took part in an oracle constructed by the "angels" and the time has come for him to undertake a far bolder adventure on their behalf.