Dying Of The Light by George RR Martin (book review). : SFcrowsnestJulian Barnes , an atheist turned agnostic, has decided at the age of 62 to address his fear of death — why should an agnostic fear death who has no faith in an afterlife? How can you be frightened of Nothing? On this simple question Barnes has hung an elegant memoir and meditation, a deep seismic tremor of a book that keeps rumbling and grumbling in the mind for weeks thereafter. The usual stuff. Or locked by kidnappers in the trunk of a car that is then driven into a river. He imagines being taken underwater in the jaws of a crocodile.
Dying of the Light. Book Review
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It is an early work, first published in , and is not about swords or sorcery. The world Worlorn is dying now, but it once passed close enough to a star to be habitable, and fourteen fantastic cities were built there to showcase the cultures of fourteen different human-settled worlds. This Festival of the Fringe is, briefly, a great success. Now Worlorn is heading into dark and sunless space; its cities are dying, and so is the world itself. A wonderful idea, then, bold and evocative. So, how good is it?