The Karma Affair

The Karma Affair None

  • Title: The Karma Affair
  • Author: Arsen Darnay
  • ISBN: 9780441429301
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Arsen Darnay

      Arsen Julius Darnay Hungarian born writer, in the USA from 1953 and a US citizen from 1961 He resides in Michigan with wife Brigitte Theodora nee Schulz, retired reference publisher, also born in Europe They have 3 children, 5 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildrenfdb wiki indexp BSince age 7, he has considered his calling to be a writer, even poet His first sf story, The Splendid Freedom , appeared in Galaxy in 1974 his first novel, A Hostage for Hinterland, set the pattern for much of his work in a Post Holocaust USA, where floating Cities depend upon land dwelling ecofreak tribesmen for the helium that cools their reactors, crisis erupts into a bleak and somewhat metaphysical confrontation, at the end of which the cities die A similarly abstract dichotomy, set on a Rimworld, is destabilized in The Siege of Faltara 1978 The Splendid Freedom collection of linked stories, 1980 carries its protagonists, who are linked through Reincarnation, into a variety of Dystopias Darnay did not publish fiction 1981 2009.

    639 thoughts on “The Karma Affair”

    1. They were fated to meet again in the next life. Sometimes they were happy together - for a while. Reincarnation, but not necessarily quite what you're looking for in another life.4 people, a love triangle and a blind man are locked together in a cycle of reincarnation after reincarnation and look for solutions to their dilema. That makes it sound rather dull, but it is a book which spooked me badly when I first read it. At the time, I had been seriously considering all religious options and was [...]


    2. One of those perverse novels that stays with you because of the ideas in the book, rather than the quality of writing or storytelling.


    3. I loved this book - Read it in the late 70s - Karma, reincarnation, nuclear holocaust, apocalyptic settings, surreal-eye popping scenarios ! That poor rabbit !!


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