|Today We Choose Faces (1973) [Novel]|
by Roger Zelazny
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(From the publisher):
Angelo Di Negri was blown away in what appeared to be an ordinary gangland assassination. But this baby-faced gangster, called “The Angel” for his very unmerciful method of disposing of his enemies, died a very extra-ordinary death: He was transported into a time when “The Organization” had a legitimate seat on the New York Stock Exchange. And when the earth, a barren land where telepathic chaos bred very dis-organized crime, was just one front in an all-out gangland battle for control over the universe. Could Angelo, whose reappearance made him his Family’s telepathic leader, destroy the evil Styler and his gang of renegade clones? – or had he arrived in the future too late to save humanity… and too late to save his own sanity from an enemy whose mind was a lethal weapon…?
Original title: Today We Choose Faces
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ World Versions→ Time Travel
- Dedication: To Philip K. Dick, electric shepherd