TODAY WE CHOOSE FACES, by Roger Zelanzy - 1978 [Gregg Press]
Today We Choose Faces (The Gregg Science Fiction Series)
by Roger Zelanzy
This is a photographic reprint of the 1973 New American Library edition by this award winning writer. Includes a new introduction by Robert Thurston, and frontispiece art is a photo of the author, courtesy of Zelanzy. The story is set a few centuries in the future. The narrator, a Mafia assassin named Angelo di Negri, has been revived from suspended animation by the mostly legitimate successors of the criminal organization, and given a mission to assassinate a scientist on a fortified facility on an otherwise uninhabited planet. (Plot summary from Wikipedia.) 174 pages. 5.75 x 8.25 inches.
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Publishing Info: Gregg Press, Boston, MA. 1978. ISBN: 0839824076
Overall in NEAR FINE condition.
- Overall in great condition. Green covers are clean with bright gilt, firm spine ends, and sharp corners. Binding feels unread. Inside pages are clean and bright.
- May have very minor shelf/edge wear.
NOTE: interior has slightly musty scent.