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Wrota światów. Zła piosenka

By Tomasz Pacyński
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  • Publisher : Lindhardt og Ringhof
  • Isbn : 8728119606
  • Pages : 384
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Kontynuacja powieści "Sherwood" i "Maskarada". Mimo że świat puszczy powoli wraca do porządku, mieszkańcy żyją z poczuciem klęski. Nowy szeryf jest uczciwy i pełni swój urząd rzetelnie, ale cóż z tego, jeśli wszyscy są przekonani, że Match zginął w ataku na Nottingham. Pozory stagnacji mogą jednak mylić. Magiczne zdolności Jasona wzbierają na sile, a Match powraca zdeterminowany, by dokonać krwawej zemsty. Twórcze nawiązanie do legendy o Robin Hoodzie i przetworzenie jej w duchu postmodernizmu. Elementom historycznym towarzyszą zupełnie współczesne wątki, jak muzyka Led Zeppelin czy postać Lecha Wałęsy. Towarzysze słynnego, nieżyjącego już zbójnika próbują kierować się dawnymi ideałami w zupełnie nowych okolicznościach. To, co kiedyś stanowiło o ich sile, dziś niejednokrotnie jest przyczyną klęski. Tomasz Pacyński (1958-2005) - z zawodu informatyk, szerzej znany jako pisarz z nurtu fantastyki i science fiction. Przez lata wiązany z czasopismem internetowym "Fahrenheit", od 2004 r. aż do śmierci jako redaktor naczelny. Publikował m.in. w pismach "Fantasy", "Science Fiction", "SFery", a także w czasopismach internetowych "Fahrenheit", "Fantazin", "Srebrny Glob", "Esensja". Kilkukrotnie nominowany do nagrody im. Janusza A. Zajdla.

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