"Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. . ." Those words still ring true today; perhaps more now (in the adolescence of the twenty-first century) then at any other time in the nearly one hundred years since they were first committed to paper by Irish poet William Butler Yeats. Mere Anarchy is a collection of stories describing the dreams, nightmares, questions, and futures of a restless mind and a restless age. In these pages, Daniel E. Lambert transports you to times and places where the intellect of a great detective is copied into a robotic body, a jade statuette bends the fabric of time, a college student communicates with otherworldly visitors through her unusual hair style, and a con man is stung by the product of his own devious magic. Open this book and enter the world of Mere Anarchy: a world with no longitude, no latitude, no road map, and no easy way out.
.Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. ... in China and running the Boers out of South Africa took precedence over protecting the Queen's asteroid mines, many of which were manned Mere Anarchy.
Author: Daniel E. Lambert