RING VAN EEUWIGHEID

RING OF ETERNITY :  A man is recovering to consciousness, he's lying naked on an enormous plain of ice.  He can't remember who he is nor where he is.  He is picked up by a creaw of a big ship, sailing on the ice.  Ship and crew -commanded by women- look as if they have escaped from the middle ages.  It seems they are fleeing from a ring of fire that encircles the whole world.      In the CERN -the European centre for nuclear research in Geneva- an experiment with the cyclotron is getting out of hand.  One of the researchers disappears from the earth and in his place appears a very strange sphere wich seems to contain 'the absolute nothingness'.  A satellite disappears from space, and on a Swiss motorway, in front a female journalist and her son a medieaval horse wagon materializes out of the blue!    Campers in the woods have an astonishing encounter with half a dozen magnificently looking but very unkind horsewomen, armed with swords etc.  All these strange phenomena are making security people very nervous.  But things keep getting worse.  In some storages the amount of nuclear waste has doubled, and in a lab of CERN a camera is found with a fabrication date that is situated far ahead in the future.     Central in the novel is a nuclear engineer, Regis, who -after a thrilling adventure on a parallel earth, returns home to Geneva, together with the female warrior Singourni.  Then, with the help of a Japanes wonder child, the struggle begins to get time and history back in pace.  And by doing this, they will discover the real secret of time.               Ring of Eternity is a marvellous SF-novel in which a number of mysteries of mankind get a surprising and acceptable explanation: UFO's, Bermuda, the enigma of time, the missing link, disappearances of human beings and things...Inexhaustable fantasy, brilliant style, ingenious structure.

RING VAN EEUWIGHEID
Publisher
Kramat
Published in
2002
Pages
644
Format
22,3 x 14,8 x 5,5
Genre
Sciencfiction & fantasy
ISBN
90 75212 41 0
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