Candy Man

Candy Man Through The Night Black, Rotting Girders Of The Sprawling, Multi Level World City Wanders The Candy Man, Sowing The Seeds Of Revolution Amongst The Degenerating Remnants Of Humanity Hunted By The Death Dealing Teachers, The Callous Followers Of The All Powerful Machine, The Candy Man Pursues His Lonely Struggle For Individuality In A Brainwashed, Machine Run World. This 1971 novel has the reputation of a Brit SF cult The story of Candy Man, moving through a dystopian future of giant ruined structures and a degenerating humanity A mysterious sect of humans, the Teachers, with access to what remains of technology rule in the wreckage of civilisation, requiring the young to submit to rites which result in the majority having their brains burnt, reducing them to an imbecile state.Candy Man is a loner amnesiac with a sense that he has a mission to fulfil that This 1971 novel has the reputation of a Brit SF cult The story of Candy Man, moving through a dystopian future of giant ruined structures and a degenerating humanity A mysterious sect of humans, the Teachers, with a
Apocalyptic future policed by the Teachers of Death followers of the Machine.This book is like an LSD trip without the actual drug The reason being that Vincent King has no boundaries or limits to his imagination The plot tells us about a character Candy Man that goes around preaching revolution in a modern, machine, tyrant world with cities ruled by technology and policed by evil enemies known as Teachers.There is a pecu
Just an amazingly dark dystopian adventure I read it every chance I got during my breaks atIts a wonderful example of 70 s science fiction This was we written when I was attending first grade but it read as well as something written yesterday Just an amazing
What a strange, wild little book this is.A far future Earth, with a severely suppressed humanity living in a rotting world city Star travellers return to try to restart things by, basically, destroying everything To do this they have to enlist the unwilling help of the Candy Man, a kind of wandering minstrel fermenting distrust in the authorities in order to later shop his would be rebels in for drug rewards From there, it just gets stranger.The whole thing is delivered in an almost childish, What a strange, wild little book this is.A far future Earth, with a severely suppressed humanity living in a rotting world city Star travellers return to try to restart things by, basically, destroying everything To do this they have to enlist the unwilling help of the Candy Man, a kind of wandering minstrel fermenting distrust in the authorities in order
6 10 nica obra le da de este autor con futuro post apocal tico como trama No est mal. Found this book by chance and thoroughly enjoyed it Definitely worth the read. i saw this book recommended on a list, and had assumed it was what the horror film of the same name was based on, but boy was i wrong and thankfully this is a really well done piece of sci fi, with just the right balance between explaining its world, showing you, and leaving some a mystery i m amaze
Interesting and good book Saw parallels to Shelley s Frankenstein but far mor bizarre Not a light read and confusing at times, worth it however.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Candy Man
  • Vincent King
  • English
  • 20 September 2017
  • 0345023072