Kronk

☆ Kronk ☆ Edmund Cooper - Kronk, Kronk Back Cover HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD THROUGH SEX AND SIN It seemed that Gabriel Crome and his elegantly hippy girl friend had the answer a new highly communicable disease with the property of inhibiting ☆ Kronk ☆ Edmund Cooper - Kronk, Kronk Back Cover HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD THROUGH SEX AND SIN It seemed that Gabriel Crome and his elegantly hippy girl friend had the answer a new highly communicable disease with the property of inhibiting

  • Title: Kronk
  • Author: Edmund Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780340162170
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
Kronk

☆ Kronk ☆ Edmund Cooper, Kronk, Edmund Cooper, Kronk Back Cover HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD THROUGH SEX AND SIN It seemed that Gabriel Crome and his elegantly hippy girl friend had the answer a new highly communicable disease with the property of inhibiting aggression And oh boy was it fun to communicate But Gabriel had reckoned without the finely honed irony of whatever Prankster it is who governs human affairs As the Rave Back Cover HOW TO SAVE T ☆ Kronk ☆ Edmund Cooper - Kronk, Kronk Back Cover HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD THROUGH SEX AND SIN It seemed that Gabriel Crome and his elegantly hippy girl friend had the answer a new highly communicable disease with the property of inhibiting

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Kronk

About “Edmund Cooper

  • Edmund Cooper

    Excerpted from Edmund Cooper was born in Marple, near Stockport in Cheshire on April 30, 1926 He served in the Merchant Navy towards the end of the Second World War After World War II, he trained as a teacher and began to publish short stories His first novel, Deadly Image later republished as The Uncertain Midnight was completed in 1957 and published in 1958 A 1956 short story, Brain Child, was adapted as the movie The Invisible Boy 1957.In 1969 The Uncertain Midnight was adapted for Swiss television, in French At the height of his popularity, in the 1970s, he began to review science fiction for the Sunday Times and continued to do so until his death in 1982.Apart from the website mentioned above there was another Edmund Cooper website full of information about the author and his publications.Known Pseudonyms Richard AveryGeorge KinleyMartin LesterBroderick Quain



604 thoughts on “Kronk

  • Another Cooper book that takes place in a future dystopian society Kronk doth quoth the Raven is a bizarre exposition and commentary on the counterculture, religion, government, media, the status quo, and ultimately human nature concerning the meaning or value of aggression.This is an action adventure story revolving around the idea of a highly communicable venereal disease that eliminates any aggressive behavior in the individuals that contract it, and the consequences if it spread rampantly to [...]


  • Kronk This was a surprising good novel an entertaining story in action adventure style And at the same time satirical, funny at times, becoming interesting in its later parts Containing quite a high amount of carnal knowledge and also some ideas which I thought were weird indeed, it paid off for all that it made me think.While I could have given the book a 3 stars, it was in its final third that made me really like the book .A venereal disease becomes the cause of inhibition of aggression, and t [...]


  • A laboratory developed venereal disease causes three symptoms First, you get horny Second, you get hungry Third, you become incapable of violence Peace, love, and the munchies This could only be a novel of the 1970s, and as such its ribald humour transgresses some contemporary standards a woman being gang raped would never today be recounted with a nod and a wink but, if you can keep the socio political context front of mind, you ll find a great deal to enjoy here The satire is biting, the writi [...]



  • Found this book in a list in my 5 year diary from 1975 1980, just said it was ok, I suppose that equates to a 3 star rating



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