Supermind (Psi-Power Trilogy 3)

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Supermind (Psi-Power Trilogy 3)
  • Mark Phillips
  • English
  • 21 September 2018

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Supermind (Psi-Power Trilogy 3) Librarian Note This PB Edition Was Originally Going To Be Published With ISBN ISBN But Was Not Actually Published The ISBN Has Reverted To The Original Book It Was Meant For Bone MusicMark Philips Was The Pseudonym Used For SF Collaborations Between Randall Garrett And Laurence M Janifer As Mark Philips, They Produced SF Three Novels Featuring FBI Agent Kenneth J Malone The Stories Originally Appeared In Shorter Versions In Analog Science Fiction Magazine In The Late S And Early S Malone Lives In A World Where Psionic Powers Such As Telepathy And Teleportation Exist Malone Must Cope With Them As Well As An FBI Director Who Leaves Malone Continually Confused About What Situation He Is Being Asked To Handle And What He Is Expected To Do About ItPublished In Analog As Occasion For Disaster, Supermind Has Malone Investigating A Series Of Incidents In Which People Make Mistakes Sometimes Minor, And Sometimes Major That Lead To Disasters It Looks Like A Secret Cabal Of Psis May Be Behind Events, Influencing The Behavior Of Those Involved Are They And If So, Why Malone Must Find Out If It Kills Him Which Is A Very Real Possibility

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10 thoughts on “Supermind (Psi-Power Trilogy 3)

  1. Andrea Cannella says:

    Mark Phillips lo pseudonimo utilizzato da Randall Garrett e Laurence M Janifer per le loro collaborazioni Questo romanzo il terzo di una trilogia ciclo Psi Power nonch l unico pubblicato su Urania Il primo That sweet old lady 1959 , conosciuto anche come Brain Twister, stato pubblicato su Cosmo Ponzoni n 141 come I dominatori del pensiero mentre il secondo The impossibles rimasto purtroppo inedito in Italia I romanzi, pur essendo abbastanza strettamente collegati fra l Mark Phillips lo pseudonimo utilizzato da Randall Garrett e Laurence M Janifer per le loro collaborazioni Questo romanzo il terzo di una trilogia ciclo Psi Power nonch l unico pubblicato su Urania Il primo That sweet old lady 1959 , conosciuto anche come Brain Twister, stato pubblicato su Cosmo Ponzoni n 141 come I dominatori del pensiero mentre il secondo The impossibles rimasto purtroppo inedito in Italia I romanzi, pur essendo abbastanza strettamente collegati fra loro, possono comunque essere compresi senza troppi problemi anche se letti singolarmente, probabilmente perdendo un po il senso generale della trama Va detto che fantascienza vera e propria non ce n moltissima, eccezion fatta proprio per i poteri PSI, che costituiscono il nucleo ed il motore delle vicende Per il resto si tratta sostanzialmente di un giallo investigativo Simpatico il protagonista, divertente e scorrevole la narrazione, onesto il finale Una lettura veloce e poco impegnativa Peccato che non sia possibile leggere tutti i romanzi della serie in sequenza

  2. Riccardo says:

    E vero che, trattandosi di un romanzo di genere fantascientico ma anche poliziesco, la narrativa non semplice Come descritto nella sinossi, in tal caso bisogna comunque rispettare alcune regole nella scrittura per evitare sconvolgimenti che minino le basi del genere giallo In questo sicuramente Philipps riuscito Tuttavia, la base fantascientifica mi sembra pur sempre un po debole nella sua struttura.

  3. Kyle Dougherty says:

    The end of a three part trilogy, Supermind once again follows FBI Agent Kenneth Malone as he tries to solve a seemingly unsolvable mystery Of course, when psionic powers are involved, anything is possible I really liked this series, and found that I grew quite attached to the cast of characters by the end of it The writing is lighthearted and full of little jokes, most of which still stand up today.

  4. Erik Graff says:

    I read this on a cold day in Park Ridge, Illinois maybe during the Christmas break from school, hiding from my parents on the unheated front porch I remember it being sort of funny and that s about it.

  5. Tasha says:

    Maybe a bit predictable, but I enjoyed the dry humor of the narrator and the secondary characters.

  6. Steve Smoot says:

    weakest of the 3, but nicely ties a bow on the series.

  7. Will says:

    The final adventure of Her Majesty s FBI It is not merely lengthened but substantially rewritten from the magazine version of Occasion for Disaster , so collectors will need both.

  8. Frank Shedd says:

    the FBI Soviet spies telepathy and teleportationtold in a humorous way

  9. Kevin Connery says:

    3rd in the series Fun, but weaker than the first ones, perhaps because the surprises aren t as surprising and the plot ispredictable.