Blake's Progress

Blake s Progress William Blake lived as no man had ever lived before Sweeping across the centuries he clashed with Cleopatra chatted with Churchill entertained with Ezekiel His wife Kate was astounded at the man sh

  • Title: Blake's Progress
  • Author: Ray Faraday Nelson
  • ISBN: 9780373720132
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • William Blake lived as no man had ever lived before Sweeping across the centuries, he clashed with Cleopatra, chatted with Churchill, entertained with Ezekiel His wife Kate was astounded at the man she had married And she knew what she4 had to do In this amazing account of Blake s life, Ray Nelson tells it like it might have been, had Blake had his way There are wondWilliam Blake lived as no man had ever lived before Sweeping across the centuries, he clashed with Cleopatra, chatted with Churchill, entertained with Ezekiel His wife Kate was astounded at the man she had married And she knew what she4 had to do In this amazing account of Blake s life, Ray Nelson tells it like it might have been, had Blake had his way There are wonders galore in this bookI don t believe I ve read a science fiction novel like Blake s Progress before Terry Carr.Cover Artist Kelly Freas

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    1. A rather dizzying ride.William "Burnin' Brite Tiger" Blake, time traveller, enters into a time war with his nemesis, Urizen. As chronicled in his work, of course, as any fool can plainly see.This novel was re-issed as Timequest, and given that the Laser editions were edited down to the size of a Harlequin Romance novel, it's likely that edition is more complete.

    2. This book RULED from the opening paragraphAnd surprisingly less sexist than you would think for the era it was published

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