|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.L5683 S25 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
Salvage and Destroy. by Llewellyn, Edward, Illustrated by Cover Art (Author) out of 5 stars 1 customer review. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Mass Market Paperback "Please retry" 5/5(1). So Lucian of the Ults took on human disguise, manned a space cruiser with tame humans, and set out on a salvage and destroy mission. The beacon must be silenced and Earth brought under control. Salvage and Demolition, the astonishing word novella by Tim Powers, begins when Richard Blanzac, a San Francisco-based rare book dealer, opens a box of consignment items and encounters the unexpected. There, among an assortment of literary rarities, he discovers a manuscript in verse, an Ace Double Novel, and a scattering of very old cigarette butts/5(87). Salvage And Demolition, the astonishing word novella by Tim Powers, begins when Richard Blanzac, a San Francisco-based rare book dealer, opens a box of consignment items and encounters the , among an assortment of literary rarities, he discovers a manuscript in verse, an Ace Double Novel, and a scattering of very old cigarette butts/5.
Llewellyn deftly builds a universe and future history populated with interesting characters and faced with deep challenges, including self-discovery. With little overt violence, no explicit sex, and acceptable language, this book is suitable for YA who read at upper high school levels.5/5. Even though this is book 1 of a trilogy, the ending ties up the main plot threads and most of the loose ends on the book so even though you want to read more, you aren't left with a cliffhanger/5(). It's strongly implied that this paper originates from those ruined books and that your character has already automatically salvaged the paper from the books, the moment they pick them up. The work is already done for you. The books themselves are a junk item that should be destroyed. “Salvage and Destruction” and Thorsheim’s recent book Waste into Weapons: Recycling in Britain during the Second World War capture the remarkable scope of Britain’s recycling efforts during the war. Steel, iron, and aluminum were the most obvious materials whose conservation were important to the war effort, but in wartime Britain even.
Edward Llewellyn is the author of Salvage and Destroy ( avg rating, 43 ratings, 1 review, published ), Prelude to Chaos ( avg rating, 29 rati /5. salvage efforts as a regrettable necessity, others welcomed it, as Futurists like Marinetti would have done, as an opportunity to liberate Britain from the burden of its past by destroying old books and documents. Some contemporaries hinted that the urge to destroy came from the same irrationality and violence that had sparked – and beenCited by: Salvage and Destroy Mass Market Paperback – Feb. 1 by Edward Llewellyn (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Mass Market Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ Author: Edward Llewellyn. Salvage and Destroy (Mass Market Paperback) | Nokomis Bookstore | New & Used Books - Gift Shop.