Behold the Man

Author: Michael Moorcock

Subject: Fantasy; Fiction; Science Fiction; SciFi-Masterwork; General; Time Travel

Publisher: Overlook TP (2012-05-30)

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From Library Journal

To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Moorcock's Nebula Award-winning novel, Mojo is reissuing the book in a special illustrated edition that incorporates the author's corrections. Moorcock also provides a new afterword. All that in a hardcover for $12.95 makes this a bargain.
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Review

Behold The Man won the 1967 Nebula Award. Moorcock is an acknowledged master of fantasy with social and psychological bite, and this extremely controversial novella may well represent the best the fantasy field has to offer in terms of pure literary firepower. Karl Glogauer travels back in time two thousand years, meets John the Baptist, and then seeks Jesus Christ himself. To quote the jacket copy, "What he discovers shocks him to the core." This is a devastating story- science fiction at its most abstract and symbolic. And absolutely unforgettable. I'm ecstatic to have this beautiful corrected 30th Anniversary edition, with foreword by Jonathan Carroll and an afterword by the author, as well as lush illustrations by John Picacio. It's an essential element of any library of the fantastic- be grateful Mojo Press cared enough to make it available again. -- from William D. Gagliani's "Literature Fantastique" column from the December 1996 issue of Booklovers