History Literature / BugJackBarron

18th May '15 7:24:23 PM MagBas
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* {{Aesoptinium}}: The treatment is produced by [[spoiler: irradiating children to death. The one that we hear about specifically is [[UnfortunateImplications African American]].]]

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* {{Aesoptinium}}: The treatment is produced by [[spoiler: irradiating children to death. The one that we hear about specifically is [[UnfortunateImplications African American]].]]
4th Jan '15 5:32:08 PM nombretomado
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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by Creator/NormanSpinrad (more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''), previously serialized in ''New Worlds'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship, centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.

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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by Creator/NormanSpinrad (more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''), previously serialized in ''New Worlds'' under MichaelMoorcock's Creator/MichaelMoorcock's editorship, centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.
3rd Jul '14 8:50:51 AM MarkLungo
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[[caption-width-right:350:The original British hardcover edition, designed by Creator/{{Hipgnosis}}.]]
15th Jul '13 4:33:29 PM WillBGood
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* ImmortalityImmorality
30th Jan '13 11:21:38 AM Xtifr
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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by Creator/NormanSpinrad (more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''), previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship, centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.

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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by Creator/NormanSpinrad (more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''), previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' ''New Worlds'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship, centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.


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* NewWaveScienceFiction: The controversial and edgy topics of the book were pure New Wave (which is why it ended up being published in ''New Worlds'', which was spearheading the movement).
8th Jan '13 10:28:01 AM Specialist290
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* MerchantPrince: Jack's investigations lead him to tangle with one of the richest and most powerful men in America, Benedict Howards, whose influence can not only threaten Jack's media career, but his life.
14th Oct '12 8:37:54 AM morenohijazo
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* LongevityTreatment: An investigative reporter and consumer advocate begins investigating an organization that provides rejuvenation treatments to the rich and powerful, and finds far more than he bargained for.
7th Sep '12 7:53:24 AM WillBGood
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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by Creator/NormanSpinrad--more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''--(previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship) centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron, who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.

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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by Creator/NormanSpinrad--more Creator/NormanSpinrad (more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''--(previously ''Literature/TheIronDream''), previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship) editorship, centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron, Barron who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.
19th Aug '12 2:40:10 PM Xtifr
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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by NormanSpinrad--more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''--(previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship) centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron, who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.

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''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by NormanSpinrad--more Creator/NormanSpinrad--more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''--(previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship) centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron, who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.
7th May '12 1:00:14 PM MarkLungo
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''BugJackBarron'' is a 1969 novel by NormanSpinrad--more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''--(previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship) centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron, who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.

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''BugJackBarron'' ''Bug Jack Barron'' is a 1969 novel by NormanSpinrad--more famous for ''Literature/TheIronDream''--(previously serialized in ''NewWorld'' under MichaelMoorcock's editorship) centering around a cynical talk show host named Jack Barron, who uncovers a conspiracy surrounding an immortality treatment and the methods used to produce it.
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