Wednesday, 14 November 2012


Panther SF paperback, 1978. Front cover illustration by
Peter Gudynas.

Rear cover synopsis: 
"Man Plus is a haunting vision of to-morrow's man - less mortal than monster, more machine than flesh and blood... 
Man Plus is a desperate top-level plan to save mankind and satisfy the sinister predictions of a government computer... 
Man Plus is Frederik Pohl's stunning new novel of an all-too-plausible future where man must be biologically modified for survival on an alien planet before he exterminates himself on Earth."


Mayflower SF paperback, 1981. Cover by Bob Haberfield (thanks: Jerry).

Back cover fluff: 
"From the mercurial mind of Michael Moorcock... 
Tales of other worlds, other dimensions - strangely beautiful with rich surrealistic landscapes. Tales of doom, despair, horror, of dazzling invention and inspired genius. Including: 
Escape from Evening: one man finds there is only one ironical escape in a sad, dying world. 
The Mountains: the two last men on earth search for the last woman. 
The Golden Barge: what did a single murder matter when the golden barge sailed slowly onwards? 
Consuming Passion: a tale of a pyromaniac with a chilling difference. 
The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius: what was a Roman doing in Berlin; found strangle in a garden of strange, living plants?"