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Bridge of Ashes 4 editions

Cover of: Bridge of Ashes | Roger Zelazny
About the Book

In a future world where telepathy is a rare but known phenomenon, Dennis Guise is a young boy whose unprecedented mental power is not a blessing, but a curse. Unable to control the myriad external thoughts and personalities that flow into his consciousness, the constant influx of telepathic information leaves him in an autistic state, from which he only very rarely awakens.

He was the greatest telepath the world has ever known. he was Archimedes, Leonardo da Vinci, Jean Jacques Rousseau, and a Children of the Earth terrorist all rolled into one...He was Dennis Guise, idiot child, whose mind had been suffocated and nearly obliterated by a universe of other people's thoughts...And he was Earth's last hope against an enemy that had created the human race but would destroy it all again if Dennis Archimedes Leonardo Jean Jacques Humanity Guise could not meet this enemy on its own terms and win.


Library of Congress PZ4.Z456 Br 1979, PS3576.E43 Br 1979
Dewey 813/.5/4

4 editions First published in 1976

Edition Read Locate Buy
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1979, Gregg Press
Bridge of ashes
in English
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1976, New American Library
Bridge of ashes
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July 6, 1976, Roc
Bridge of Ashes
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July 1, 1976, Roc
Bridge of Ashes


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