THE SOUND OF A SCYTHE AND 3 BRILLIANT NOVELLAS
For the first time in 50 years, Ellison's second novel returns to print in a substantially revised and expanded form. Also included are three of Ellison's best long-form stories.
This 336-page paperback features:
The Sound of a Scythe, Harlan Ellison's never-before-republished second novel—appearing for the first time under the author's preferred title (the original publisher renamed it The Man With Nine Lives without Ellison's consent)—expanded by 25% from its 1960 publication and extensively rewritten by Ellison for this appearance. Virtually every page has been finessed by the author.
"Mefisto in Onyx"—The Bram Stoker Award-winning novel of a telepath who's asked by his best friend to journey into the mind of a serial killer on death row.
"All the Lies That Are My Life"—Ellison's novella about a world-famous writer who overshadows his best friend from beyond the grave.
"The Resurgence of Miss Ankle-Strap Wedgie"—A Veronica Lake-inspired tale of a rediscovered silver-screen star's brutal return to Hollywood.
A new introduction by Emmy-nominated tv writer Ronald D. Moore, creator of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica and writer/producer of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Roswell, and HBO's critically acclaimed Carnivale.
And a beautiful new cover by World Fantasy Award-nominated artist Jill Bauman.