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The Man Who Folded Himself by David Gerrold


David Gerrold, brilliant new star in the firmament of SF, takes the oldest of science fiction devices, a time-machine, and constructs round it one of the most dazzling - and perhaps the most agreeably outrageous - narratives to appear in the genre in recent years.

What would you actually do if you suddenly found yourself in possession of a time-machine? If you kept on meeting an infinity of other versions of yourself, both male and female? If you found you could re-write history? And then edit it as you liked?

David Gerrold, born in Chicago, educated at the University of Southern California, provides a series of answers - some comic, some fantastic, some terrifying. They are all superbly entertaining.


Publisher (Year): Faber (1973)
Binding (ISBN): Hardback (0-571-10477-0)
Cover Art: Miss Sian Cardy

Condition: Good. Rubbing and a horizontal crease to top of cover, some rubbing to top of rear and corner, scuff marks/shelf-wear to rear cover.

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