Robert C. Wilson is a lawyer and the author of A Bridge of Years and The Divide. Wilson’s novels characteristically are works of horror involving the supernatural. He was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1951 and graduated from the University o. ore about Robert C. Wilson.
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I've read several books now by Robert Charles Wilson, and really enjoyed them all; he's an author who specializes in the wider implications of his ideas, exploring the cultural, societal, and even religious ramifications of his various concepts. Virtual reality worlds, time-traveling warlords, alien contact - Wilson takes them all and explores them in rich, fascinating detail, letting us see how we, as humanity, might deal with those events.
Robert Charles Wilson spins one of his most stirring, tightly woven tales with The Divide. Пользовательский отзыв - HeathDAlberts - LibraryThing. Of all of Wilson's works that I've read to date, this one is the weakest. It didn't even feel like the same author.
Robert Wilson (born October 4, 1941) is an American experimental theater stage director and playwright who has been described by the media as "'s – or even the world's – foremost vanguard 'theater artist'". Over the course of his wide-ranging career, he has also worked as a choreographer, performer, painter, sculptor, video artist, and sound and lighting designer.
Less a true sci-fi novel than a morality tale in the manner of Robert Louis Stevenson’s STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE, Wilson’s THE DIVIDE explores the question of what truly makes someone human.
The Divide by Robert Charles Wilson PART 1 PRIVATE EXPERIMENTS 1 Such an ordinary house. by Robert Charles Wilson. Such an ordinary beginning. But I want it to be an ordinary house, Susan Christopher thought. An ordinary house with an ordinary man in it. Not this monster-to whom I must deliver a message. It was a yellow brick boardinghouse in the St. Jamestown area of Toronto, a neighborhood of low-rent high-rises and immigrant housing. Part 1. Private experiments.
Robert Charles Wilson. Amelie watched from the kitchen window as he drove off in his battered green Chevy van. Then she telephoned Susan. All right, Susan said. All right, Susan said pack her things. Not that there was much to pack.
Robert Charles Wilson's time has come. His first novel from Tor, Darwinia, was a finalist for science fiction's Hugo award, and a Locus bestseller in paperback. His next novel, Bios, is a critical and commercial success. Beginning with "The Perseids," winner of Canada's national SF award, this collection showcases Wilson's suppleness and strength: bravura ideas, scientific rigor, and living, breathing human beings facing choices that matter.