The Purple Book

The Purple Book Contents The Oogenesis of Bird City ss Amazing Sep Riders of the Purple Wage na Dangerous Visions ed Harlan Ellison Garden City NY Doubleday Spiders of the Purple Mage Thieves World na Tal

  • Title: The Purple Book
  • Author: Philip José Farmer
  • ISBN: 9780523485294
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Contents The Oogenesis of Bird City ss Amazing Sep 70 Riders of the Purple Wage na Dangerous Visions, ed Harlan Ellison, Garden City, NY Doubleday, 1967 Spiders of the Purple Mage Thieves World na Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, ed Robert Asprin, Ace, 1980 The Making of Revelation, Part I nv After the Fall, ed Robert Sheckley, Ace, 1980 The Long WeContents The Oogenesis of Bird City ss Amazing Sep 70 Riders of the Purple Wage na Dangerous Visions, ed Harlan Ellison, Garden City, NY Doubleday, 1967 Spiders of the Purple Mage Thieves World na Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, ed Robert Asprin, Ace, 1980 The Making of Revelation, Part I nv After the Fall, ed Robert Sheckley, Ace, 1980 The Long Wet Purple Dream of Rip van Winkle nv Puritan, 1981

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    About "Philip José Farmer"

    1. Philip José Farmer

      Philip Jos Farmer was an American author, principally known for his science fiction and fantasy novels and short stories He was born in Terre Haute, Indiana, but spent much of his life in Peoria, Illinois.Farmer is best known for his Riverworld series and the earlier World of Tiers series He is noted for his use of sexual and religious themes in his work, his fascination for and reworking of the lore of legendary pulp heroes, and occasional tongue in cheek pseudonymous works written as if by fictional characters.

    248 thoughts on “The Purple Book”

    1. I was going to rate this collection of short stories a 2 but the short story "Spiders of the Purple Mage" was so good it brought it up to a 3. The Hugo and Nebula winning story "Riders of the Purple Wage" was a horrible read to me and I don't see how why it won anything. Recommended



    2. You can see why Farmer won a Hugo for 'Riders of the Purple Wage' stuff like this is why i read Farmer, and SF in General.


    3. For some reason, the book didn't point out that this was an anthology, so for half the book I was waiting for the various "chapters" to come together and make sense.


    4. Wonderful collection of PJF stories, with his typically cutting insights on human society. These are especially cutting and funny.


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