City of Endless Night



City of Endless Night When but a child of seven my uncle placed me in a private school in which one of the so called redeemed sub sailors was a teacher of the German language As I look back now, in the light of my present knowledge, I better comprehend the docile humility and carefully nurtured ignorance of this man. Download City of Endless Night – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 314 pages
  • City of Endless Night
  • Milo Hastings
  • English
  • 06 August 2018

10 thoughts on “City of Endless Night

  1. Laure says:

    Score 4.5 stars.Many people make a big deal about the fact that this book was written in 1920 It is true it is somewhat prescient of what was to come regarding WWII It is based after all on a city of Berlin where survival is due to eugenics and other twisted models of society It would not surprise me if this book was on Margaret Atwood s bookshelf too What I would also like to point out is that it is a good adventure book with incredible detailed world building and a very enjoyable somewh Score ...

  2. Joseph Jupille says:

    I try to be very chary with the five stars, but I have to say I found this book breathtaking I think that mostly has to do with the eery accuracy of his predictions My copy, published by Wildside Press, had no original publication information, only reading This edition published in 2006 by Wildside Press, LLC, www.wildsidepress.com No real publications page The type is very old looking, the printing quality is rough, but that can sometimes be affectation by a particular imprint Some I try to be very chary with the five stars, but I have to say I found this book breathtaking I think that mostly has to do with the eery accuracy of his predictions My copy, published by Wildside Press, had no original pu...

  3. Ana says:

    have to admit I struggled with the writing on this one This is completely different from anything I have read The book was written in 1919 and I found the prose difficult to understand at times English is not my native language , quite contained and very matter of fact Yet, I still felt engaged The book has strong politic and socialist components but it leaves room forhumane assessing as well There is a bit of romance and enough tension of al have to admit I struggled with the writing on this one This is completely different from anything I have read The book was written in 1919 and I found the prose difficult to understand at times English is not my native language , quite contained and very matter of fact Yet, I still felt engaged The book has strong politic and socialist components but it leaves room forhumane assessing as well There is a bi...

  4. D.M. Dutcher says:

    An interesting black Utopia about a future Germany.It s hundreds of years after World War I A World State has been established after the successful dominance of the League of Nations, and it governs the globe in relative peace and harmony, save for one spot Germany By the use of a ray weapon to maintain its airspace, Germany has refused to submit to the rule of the League, and has tunneled down The city of Berlin is now a gigantic subterranean metropolis shrouded in mystery The World Stat An interesting black Utopia about a future Germany.It s hundreds of years after World War I A World State has been established after the successful dominance of the League of Nations, and it governs the globe in relative peace and harmony, save for one spot Germany By the use of a ray weapon to maintain its airspace, Germany has refused to submit to the rule of the League, and has tunneled down The city of Berlin is now a gigantic subterranean metropolis shrouded in mystery The World State can do littlethan bomb it for political show.Until one ...

  5. Jacob says:

    I really really liked this novel The author is oddly prescient, especially when you consider he wrote this in 1919 Basically World War II occurs but at the end the Germans wall in and bunker proof the entire city of Berlin, digging down 60 some levels to hold out against a world coalition Ray guns an entirely defensive weapon,like energy shields keep ground troops out...

  6. Anna says:

    The important thing to know about City of Endless Night before reading it is the date of initial publication 1920 It is a speculative dystopian fantasy set in 2151, steeped in the aftermath of the First World War I therefore found myself fascinated by the currents of subsequent events that Hastings picked up on In his vision of 2151, there is a presumably democratic World Government, which rules everywhere except Berlin The city is now a subterranean megapolis of 300 million Germans, p The important thing to know about City of Endless Night before reading it is the date of initial publication 1920 It is a speculative dystopian fantasy set in 2151, steeped in the aftermath of the First World War I therefore found myself fascinated by the currents of subsequent events that Hastings picked up on In his vision of 2151, there is a presum...

  7. Wilde Sky says:

    In the future Berlin has become a country of 300 million battling the rest of the world.This was a random selection from the library I d never heard of the book or the author and I m glad I picked it up The story was set in a future world that considering the book was written in 1919 was surprisingly accurate in some aspects The central characters are all well drawn developed believable, the story line has its own logic and the imagined world was fascinating think George Orwell mixe In the future Berlin has become a country...

  8. Anna says:

    This was one of the most amazing books I have ever read I absolutely and thoroughly enjoyed every second of the read I was disappointed when I finished that the story had ended.

  9. Josef Hernandez says:

    A very strong apocalyptic novelFor a full review, please go to and follow me on Twitter josenher

  10. gvw says:

    Curiously PrescientThere is something about the nature of this book that seems very much ahead of its time.In the guise of an alternate future where the world has united against Germany, the author writes a character from the outside world who assumes a stolen identity in the barricaded and isolated city of Berlin the last stronghold against the World Government, depicted as a black spot on the map that had haunted the protagonist.In a fortuitous circumstance, he infiltrates this society and hi Curiously PrescientThere is something about the nature of this book that seems very much ahead of its time.In the guise of an alternate future where the world has united against Germany, the author writes a character from the outside world who assumes a stolen identity in the barricaded and isolated city of Berlin the last stronghold against the World Government, depicted as a black spot on the map that had haunted the protagonist.In a fortuitous circumstance, he infiltrates this society and his guise is most perfectly suited for him It seems only too easy thrashed would speak the language and find someone that closely resembles him as well as shared his profession, whom he could conveniently dispose of and therefore observe this world undetected This is just part of the story the tale of a man in culture shock but with an almost ethnographic eye for this bewildering world he finds himself in.This is where this book really shines It seems almost unbelievable this bo...

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