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  • Title: Judgment Night
  • Author: C.L. Moore
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

  • Judgment Night By C.L. Moore C.L Moore broke new ground as one of the first female authors of science fiction, and was an undisputed pioneer of the genre JUDGMENT NIGHT is her classic space opera, a tour de force from the golden age of science fiction The Lens of Death was the most destructive weapon in the history of the cosmos Now it will decide the fate of the Lyonese, whose galactic empire isC.L Moore broke new ground as one of the first female authors of science fiction, and was an undisputed pioneer of the genre JUDGMENT NIGHT is her classic space opera, a tour de force from the golden age of science fiction The Lens of Death was the most destructive weapon in the history of the cosmos Now it will decide the fate of the Lyonese, whose galactic empire is crumbling before the assaults of a new, younger race, the H vani The champion of the empire and its home world of Ericon is the daughter of the Emperor, Juille a tall, fierce who will not see her dynasty end But Juille could never have foreseen the twist of fate that turns her mortal enemy, the godlike H vani warrior known as Egide, into her lover As their races clash, the two are locked in a swirling embrace of death and lust that might end in the destruction of their peoples, the galaxy, and one another All will be decided on Judgment Night.
    C.L. Moore
    Excerpted from Catherine Lucille Moore was an American science fiction and fantasy writer, as C L Moore She was one of the first women to write in the genre, and paved the way for many other female writers in speculative fiction.Moore met Henry Kuttner, also a science fiction writer, in 1936 when he wrote her a fan letter mistakenly thinking that C L Moore was a man , and they married in 1940.Afterwards, almost all of their stories were written in collaboration under various pseudonyms, most commonly Lewis Padgett another pseudonym, one Moore often employed for works that involved little or no collaboration, was Lawrence O Donnell.

    Judgment Night By C.L. Moore

    Commentaires:

    Derek
    I started having problems with this book from the very beginning Despite an interstellar war with the H vani, Princess Juille travels to the pleasure world of Cyrille, there to cavort with the mysterious Egide, and while this is necessary from a plot standpoint the two characters need to have a history in order for their conflict to make sense her motivations for actually wandering out there in the first place are undeveloped at best Her moment of departure for Cyrille comes off as brattish piqu [...]

    Josiah
    My copy has just the one story, Judgment Night, from 1942 The first thing I liked was the strong female lead character, written by a female author Moore plays with 1940 s expectations and designs two conflicting worlds for her main character, Juille the world of the strong ian warrior princess and the world of emotion Having had a lifetime of training for the former and absolutely no knowledge of the later, Juille heads to a pleasure world to experience love But even here, she is caught in her d [...]

    Ian
    Catherine Lucille Moore is no longer as well known as she once was a collection of her short fiction in the Gollancz Fantasy Masterworks series notwithstanding and at the height of her popularity in the 1930s and 1940s she displayed equal facility in both fantasy and science fiction, as is evident in her Jirel of Joiry fantasies and her Northwest Smith sf series She was a frequent contributor to Weird Tales in fact, her best known story, Shambleau , appeared in that magazine, was her first sale, [...]

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