Assignment in Nowhere

Assignment in NowhereTHE COMING OF THE BLIGHTIt Seemed As Though The World Was Eroding Right Under Everyone S Feet Stories Disappeared From Magazines The Baron S Silver Coat Of Arms, Polished In The Morning, Was Pitted With Corrosion By Afternoon Toadstools Were Springing Up From Every Corner And These Were But The First Signs Of The Coming Plague, A Cancerous Orgy Of Patternless Vitality Seeking To Engulf The WorldTO STEM THE TIDECarefree Johnny Curlon, Indelicately Plucked From His Fishing Boat One Evening, Is Bluntly Informed By High Powers That He Is A Man Destined For A Role In Great Affairs Only His Unique Powers Can Prevent The Coming Probability Crisis That Threatens To Turn The World Into Bubbling Chaos

John Keith Laumer was an American science fiction author Prior to becoming a full time writer, he was an officer in the U.S Air Force and a U.S diplomat His brother March Laumer was also a writer, known for his adult reinterpretations of the Land of Oz also mentioned in Keith s The Other Side of Time.Keith Laumer aka J.K Laumer, J Keith Laumer is best known for his Bolo stories and his sa

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  • Hardcover
  • Assignment in Nowhere
  • Keith Laumer
  • English
  • 10 May 2017
  • 9780234776322

10 thoughts on “Assignment in Nowhere

  1. says:

    3.5 stars Another fun book by Laumer where his stories of time travel are actually jumping from 1 alternate reality to another This is the last book in the Imperium omnibus, although there s a 4th book in the series.This time around, the lead from the first 2 novels takes a backseat By doing this, Laumer was able to use the wide eyed innocence again, while still trusting to a degree that the reader was already familiar It was an obvious answer as I was reading it, but it worked well enough.My only complaint with this book was that the plot was a bit poorly explained Save this world from decaying into chaos, mold it to your own whims, figure out who s good and who s bad is this an alternate timeline from what the reader knows, making the original lead bad Overall the plot was goodI just think Laumer s expositions to explain things suffered a bit in this volume Still, a fun romp through alternate histories.

  2. says:

    I love it It s a beautiful parable of love, destiny, freedom and sacrifice That s all that matters.

  3. says:

    Pretty disappointing, but it held my interest enough that I give it 3 stars The first book of this series Worlds of the Imperium was really fun and the second The Other Side of Time was acceptable Eric Flint says in the postscript to the epub omnibus of this series that Keith Laumer was never very concerned with continuity, and I agree That foible is to the detriment of this book, however the plot was very hard to follow and having knowledge of the previous works made the inconsistencies jarring On the flip side, I think that without any prior knowledge of the series this book would have been almost incomprehensible.Bottom line A fair action story in a world that only barely makes sense.

  4. says:

    1982 grade Baka Beyond The Imperium part of it at least my series book WI2

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