A Jungle of Stars

A Jungle of Stars Paul Carlton Savage died on July in Vietnambut that was only the start of his troubles Approached by a mysterious entity called The Hunter Savage was offered immortality in exchange for his

  • Title: A Jungle of Stars
  • Author: Jack L. Chalker
  • ISBN: 9780345254573
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paul Carlton Savage died on July 20, 1969, in Vietnambut that was only the start of his troubles Approached by a mysterious entity called The Hunter, Savage was offered immortality in exchange for his services in The Hunter s continuing war against The Bromgrev Suddenly, Savage found himself pitted against an enemy he had never seen, an enemy who could be anyone, anywhPaul Carlton Savage died on July 20, 1969, in Vietnam but that was only the start of his troubles Approached by a mysterious entity called The Hunter, Savage was offered immortality in exchange for his services in The Hunter s continuing war against The Bromgrev Suddenly, Savage found himself pitted against an enemy he had never seen, an enemy who could be anyone, anywhere, at any time an enemy determined to destroy him and all who got in his way And in this raging intergalactic war between Good and Evil, Savage discovered that he couldn t be sure whose side he was on

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    1. Jack L. Chalker

      Besides being a science fiction author, Jack Laurence Chalker was a Balti City Schools history teacher in Maryland for a time, a member of the Washington Science Fiction Association, and was involved in the founding of the Balti Science Fiction Society Some of his books said that he was born in Norfolk, Virginia although he later claimed that was a mistake.He attended all but one of the World Science Fiction Conventions from 1965 until 2004 He published an amateur SF journal, Mirage, from 1960 to 1971 a Hugo nominee in 1963 for Best Fanzine.Chalker was married in 1978 and had two sons.His stated hobbies included esoteric audio, travel, and working on science fiction convention committees He had a great interest in ferryboats, and, at his wife s suggestion, their marriage was performed on the Roaring Bull Ferry.Chalker s awards included the Daedalus Award 1983 , The Gold Medal of the West Coast Review of Books 1984 , Skylark Award 1985 , Hamilton Brackett Memorial Award 1979 , as well as others of varying prestige He was a nominee for the John W Campbell Award twice and for the Hugo Award twice He was posthumously awarded the Phoenix Award by the Southern Fandom Confederation on April 9, 2005.On September 18, 2003, during Hurricane Isabel, Chalker passed out and was rushed to the hospital with a diagnosis of a heart attack He was later released, but was severely weakened On December 6, 2004, he was again rushed to hospital with breathing problems and disorientation, and was diagnosed with congestive heart failure and a collapsed lung Chalker was hospitalized in critical condition, then upgraded to stable on December 9, though he didn t regain consciousness until December 15 After several weeks in deteriorating condition and in a persistent vegetative state, with several transfers to different hospitals, he died on February 11, 2005 of kidney failure and sepsis in Bon Secours of Balti, Maryland.Chalker is perhaps best known for his Well World series of novels, the first of which is Midnight at the Well of Souls Well World, 1.

    680 thoughts on “A Jungle of Stars”

    1. The late Jack L. Chalker wrote some very creative books in his time, the pentalogy (plus) about Nathan Brazil and the mystery of the Well of Souls, the insightful satirical concept of a “fallen” (or should that be “risen”) demon working in an advertising agency (well before Don Draper haunted the Madison Avenue haunts of Mad Men), and a collaborative effort with Mike Resnick and the late George Alec Effinger called The Red Tape Wars. The latter may have been one of the funniest science-f [...]





    2. My first book read by Chalker and I think it is his first book he wrote. I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to see if his other books are as good.


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