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The Sudden Star ❴PDF❵ ❤ The Sudden Star Author Pamela Sargent – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Insanity was rampantRape and murder was as common as suicide Medical help was allowed only for certain diseases and disobedience incurred the worst of punishments Ever since the sudden appearance of t Insanity was rampantRape and murder was as common as suicide Medical help was allowed only for certain diseases and disobedience incurred the worst of punishments Ever since the sudden appearance of the white hole over Earth in the year society had decayed The Sudden PDF or and now only the corrupt survivedDr Simon Negron knew the odds were against him but he dared to defy the medical code His 'crime' giving insulin to a diabetic And because of it he became a fugitivea hunted outlaw with only a teenaged prostitute and a gang youth for alliesa haunted man running for his life in a nightmare world of increasing madnessa desperate human being who would dare to take a stand against the evil domination of The Sudden Star.

  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • The Sudden Star
  • Pamela Sargent
  • Portuguese
  • 24 August 2014

About the Author: Pamela Sargent

Pamela Sargent has won the Nebula Award the Locus Award and has been a finalist for the Hugo Award the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and the Sidewise Award for alternate history In she was honored with the Pilgrim Award by the Science The Sudden PDF or Fiction Research Association for lifetime achievement in science fiction scholarship She is the author of the novels Cloned Lives The Sudden Star Wa.



10 thoughts on “The Sudden Star

  1. Joachim Boaz Joachim Boaz says:

    Full review Pamela Sargent’s The Sudden Star 1979 posits the arrival of a “white star” in 2000 AD—initially a source of fascination later a force of destruction–that transforms society How the appearance of the “star”–really the light of a dying sun shining through a black hole 6–turns the world into a cesspool

  2. M.E. Logan M.E. Logan says:

    a nightmare world of increasing madness ever since the sudden appearance of the white hold over Earth Strange Had to finish it even if I found it depression Like Pandora's Box however there is always hope

  3. Mark Patterson Mark Patterson says:

    A mess of a book and the crumbling world as interesting as it is doesn't ever really make sense But Sargent is not afraid to look at the worst in people even her main characters do some AWFUL things and she shows how even the good can be mostly self serving Bleak but important to her themes And while the very end kind of flips all that the very end kind of flips what we can even consider humanityWish the book picked up 200 pages in and started with the Florida section I really liked the post apocalyptic town country vibe

  4. Jksechler Jksechler says:

    I am a huge fan of Pamela Sargent's novels and am always looking for an out of print book I missed I did like this one and thought it had an interesting premise However overall it was a depressing picture of a post apocalyptic future and I did not really connect to any of the characters I would like to know how the human race turned out though

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