The Hollow Man by Dan SimmonsThe Hollow Man by Dan Simmons

The Hollow Man

byDan Simmons

Mass Market Paperback | September 1, 1993

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Jeremy Bremen has a secret.  All his life he's been cursed with the ability to read minds.  He knows the secret thoughts, fears, and desires of others as if they were his own.  For years, his wife, Gail, has served as a shield between Jeremy and the burden of this terrible knowledge.  But Gail is dying, her mind
ebbing slowly away, leaving him vulnerable to the chaotic flood of thought that threatens to sweep away his sanity.  Now Jeremy is on the run--from his mind, from his past, from himself--hoping to find peace in isolation.  Instead he witnesses an act of brutality that propels him on a treacherous trek across a
dark and dangerous America.  From a fantasy theme park to the lair of a killer to a sterile hospital room in St. Louis, he follows a voice that is calling him to witness the stunning mystery at the heart of mortality.
Dan Simmons, a full-time public school teacher until 1987, is one of the few writers who consistently work across genres, producing novels described as science fiction, horror, fantasy, and mainstream fiction, while winning major awards in all these fields. His first novel, Song of Kali, won the World Fantasy Award; his first science f...
Title:The Hollow ManFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 6.86 × 4.2 × 0.93 inPublished:September 1, 1993Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553563505

ISBN - 13:9780553563504

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Simmons received the World Fantasy Award for his first novel, Song of Kali; the Hugo Award for his epic Hyperion; and horror's highest honor, the Bram Stoker Award, for his novel Carrion Comfort. Now he masterfully combines all three genres in this novel about one man's journey through a landscape few would dare to visit: the deepest, most private hells of other people's minds.