The full text of the gnostic sci-fi novel A Voyage to Arcturus, a book Alan Moore cites as one of the best underrated books of all time, is available for free on the Gutenberg Project.
A Voyage to Arcturus full text
You can also buy it in print, though the edition with an introduction by Alan Moore appears to be out of print.
Tags: Alan Moore, fantasy, gnostic, literature, science fiction
September 5, 2007 at 12:57 pm
1972..Manhattan bookstore..a stranger proffered a copy of Voyage to Arcturus..1989..Beaverton, Oregon..5×5/ five copies of Journey to Lucifer and five copies of Chrome(Nader) an impossible positioning..Bloom is not a member of the immovable race..Lindsay is probationary..Nader is preexistent..funny how that goes..it took 7 years for me to read Chrome/because of its “queer style”….all in that last chapter..remember Robot Monster/Should i or shouldn’t i…the first movie the child sees..2012/Hopi/Montsegur/Nag Hammadi/all the same…a few calvinistic boobs might gain passage on that sailing ship Dec.21-23 2012…..
June 27, 2008 at 4:15 pm
The Jack Vance people are being
mean to me…
I have included Lindsay with Vance as
two of the 10 greatest of all-time.
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