To Your Scattered Bodies Go (Riverworld, #1)
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To Your Scattered Bodies Go

by Philip José Farmer
Release date: 1971
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction
Tags: hugo award

Hugo award 1972. It is not like our world – or any world that can be imagined by anyone but Philip José Farmer. It is huge and mysterious. It has a central river, rimmed by mountains, with a hidden source and an unknown end. Reborn there is every last soul who ever lived on Earth – from prehistoric apemen to moondwelling future civilizations. Reborn there is Sir Richard Francis Burton, translator of The Arabian Nights, explorer, brawler, scholar, womanizer – adventurer. His quest to discover the end of the river, the meaning of this world's existence – and lovely Alice Hargreaves (the real-life model for Alice in Wonderland) form a science fiction adventure that is already recognized as a classic.

(updated 2015-01-12)

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