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  • Title: The Man Who Lived in Inner Space
  • Author: Arnold Federbush
  • ISBN: 9780552687942
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback

  • Part Jules Verne, part Jacques Cousteau, part Rachel Carson.Imprisoned in a mutilated, almost useless body, the victim of a chemical plant explosion, Colin sought to return to Inner Space the vast unknown realm of exquisite splendor that lies beneath the ocean s face.Building himself a sea house, he journeyed to the depths of the waters, back to the source of life DrawnPart Jules Verne, part Jacques Cousteau, part Rachel Carson.Imprisoned in a mutilated, almost useless body, the victim of a chemical plant explosion, Colin sought to return to Inner Space the vast unknown realm of exquisite splendor that lies beneath the ocean s face.Building himself a sea house, he journeyed to the depths of the waters, back to the source of life Drawn by the Siren he went farther, deeper, till the final barrier was transcended and he and the sea were one
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    Commentaires:

    Johnny
    This is not a pulpy 70s adventure story as the imprint, cover, and title would suggest. It's an intelligent, strange, and somewhat sensitive story about a crippled man's curious yearning for the sea.It's written with genuine care, respect and knowledge - at times reminding me of Moby Dick with its reverence for the sea and its occasionally informative nature. Though despite the ecologically sound perspective it still reads like a fantastic adventure story, making the creatures of the sea as myst [...]

    Phil
    This has been my lunchbox book this past week or so and I just finished it. Just as the blurb describes very Cousteau with some Rachel Carson and Jules Verne thrown in. Starts as a believable real life sort of story and morphs into something that is a bit of a fantasy. Love the geek out descriptions of various oceanic habitats and not bad for 1973. Most of what he wrote is still holding up.

    Tyler Lutz
    I gave this an extra star only because the synopsis on the back sounded brutal and the artwork on the cover was intriguing. However, the book did not live up to the brutality. The obsession the man has with a seal is disturbing. It was short enough to where I finished it and didn't HATE it

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