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The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary (preorder)

The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary (preorder)

by Ken Liu

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$40.00

The WSFA Press edition of The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary will be a signed, limited edition of 500 copies, with cover and four interior illustrations by Galen Dara.  This edition also contains the bonus short story: "Lecture 14: Concerning the Event Cloaking Device and Practical Applications Thereof".  The book will be signed by both Ken Liu and Galen Dara.

 

(preorder—to be published this November)

Dust jacket and interior illustrations by Galen Dara.

Published by WSFA Press.

A scientific invention makes it possible to virtually travel back in time and witness historical events.  It is only possible to witness it once from the same perspective, because the process eats up the record.  The inventor and her husband draw attention to the atrocities of Unit 731 during WWII.  They hope that eyewitnesses will shut down denialists.  But Chinese versus Japanese, and U.S. politics start their own games.

The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary, by Ken Liu, first appeared in Panverse Three, September 2011.  The story was a Nebula, Hugo, and Sturgeon finalist.

The WSFA Press edition of The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary will be a signed, limited edition of 500 copies, with cover and four interior illustrations by Galen Dara.  This edition also contains the bonus short story: "Lecture 14: Concerning the Event Cloaking Device and Practical Applications Thereof".  The book will be signed by both Ken Liu and Galen Dara.

Limited: 500 signed (by author and artist) copies

Additional Information

Authors Liu, Ken
Artists Dara, Galen
Binding Hardcover
Type Novella
Edition Limited
Year 2017
Month November
Print Status Pre-Order
Shippable Yes
Shipping Class Preorder

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