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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Prevailing winds mean that it contaminates much of the southern half of the UK, sending everyone's sex hormones into overdrive while simultaneously lowering any inhibitions people might have preventing them from acting on their urges, and not surprisingly, civilisation implodes under the effects into orgy of perversion and violence.
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Charles Platt (born 26 April 1945) is an author, journalist and computer programmer. He relocated from England to the United States during 1970, is a naturalized . Platt is the nephew of Robert Platt, Baron Platt of Grindleford. Platt's novel The Silicon Man has been endorsed by William Gibson as "A plausible, well-crafted narrative exploring cyberspace in a wholly new and very refreshing way".
He created a unique look for New Worlds magazine at the same time that it was publishing his stories, including the grimly predictive "Lone Zone" and the comedic "Garbage World.
The Gas. by Charles Platt. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780861300235. Release Date:May 1968.
June 1995 : USA Paperback. Title: The Gas Author(s): Charles Platt Publisher: Gateway Availability:.
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The book's iconoclastic energy and its insistence on violating every taboo have earned it a unique, enduring status. It's the sort of book that when reading makes ya cringe, put down, then look at with furtive glances and pick up again just to get even more grossed out!"
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Charles Platt is an author, journalist and computer programmer. When Platt's novel was published in the United Kingdom by Savoy Books during 1980, copies were seized by the UK's Director of Public Prosecutions. lt;/p