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Issue Number : 5 - The Multiplex Man Rereleased, New Titles Page Format

The Multiplex Man Rereleased, New Titles Page Format

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Issue # 5 - December 30, 1999
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It's been some time since the last mailing. We've had some computer problems, and I've been finishing the current book, The Legend That Was Earth, currently being edited, and should be off to Baen Books within a week or so. Baen have been pushing me for it, so hopefully we should see a print date not too far away.


The main announcement that we missed was the July rerelease by Baen Books of The Multiplex Man. That's the story about the man who wakes up in an Atlanta hotel room to find himself dead, and goes through being five different people before we find out what's going on. A lot of people have been asking about it, since the original edition by Bantam in 1992 was in print for a ridiculously short time.

"Enough surprises and twists to please even the most jaded reader."

- Science Fiction Chronicle

ISBN 0-671-57819-7 Paperback, 384 pp. $6.99 U.S. ($9.99 Canada)

More information, including summary, sample chapters, and on-line ordering links here.


We've been changing the "Titles" pages on the web site to a more comprehensive format that includes sections on summary, background, sample chapters, review comments, and ordering links for each book.


Recent postings on the web site board at http://www.jamesphogan.com/bb.php include items on:

  • A link to a new site concerned about government out of control
  • A possible new source of hydrogen energy, with a mind-blowing prospect for using your car as a generator feeding the grid
  • Why "cold fusion" might have a future yet
  • Maybe the Earth is younger than we've been told

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James P. Hogan
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