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Autorität Seit ein mysteri ses Ereignis vor mehr als drei ig Jahren das Gebiet ersch tterte, ist Area X von einer unsichtbaren Grenze umgeben Niemand wei genau, was dahinter geschieht, aber es gibt Ger chte von einer sich ver ndernden und die Reste der menschlichen Zivilisation berwuchernden Natur, einer Natur, die ebenso makellos und bezaubernd wie verst rend und bedrohlich ist Zust ndig f r das Gebiet ist eine geheime Regierungsorganisation, die sich Southern Reach nennt und den Auftrag hat, herauszufinden, was hinter der Grenze geschiehtAber keine der Expeditionen, die Southern Reach in das Gebiet entsandte, um Erkl rungen f r das Unerkl rbare zu finden, hatte bisher Erfolg Die meisten der Expeditionen endeten in Katastrophen, bei denen letztlich alle Mitglieder ums Leben kamen, und die Zeit, um Antworten zu finden, wird knapp, denn Area X scheint sich immer schneller auszudehnenEine fesselnde, fantastische Romantrilogie ber eine unheimliche Welt und die Fremdheit in uns Ein Werk von der Kraft eines MythosNach der katastrophalen zw lften Expedition, die in Ausl schung geschildert wurde, befindet sich Southern Reach in Aufl sung John Rodriguez, der neu ernannte Kopf der Organisation, muss sich durch eine Reihe frustrierender Verh re, einen Berg verschl sselter Notizen und Stunden verst render Videoaufnahmen arbeiten, um die Geheimnisse von Area X zu l ften Aber jede neue Entdeckung konfrontiert ihn mit best rzenden Wahrheiten ber sich selbst und die Organisation, der er die Treue geschworen hat


About the Author: Jeff VanderMeer

NYT bestselling writer Jeff VanderMeer has been called the weird Thoreau by the New Yorker for his engagement with ecological issues His most recent novel, the national bestseller Borne, received wide spread critical acclaim and his prior novels include the Southern Reach trilogy Annihilation, Authority, and Acceptance Annihilation won the Nebula and Shirley Jackson Awards, has been translated into 35 languages, and was made into a film from Paramount Pictures directed by Alex Garland His nonfiction has appeared in New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Atlantic, Slate, Salon, and the Washington Post He has coedited several iconic anthologies with his wife, the Hugo Award winning editor Other titles include Wonderbook, the world s first fully illustrated creative writing guide VanderMeer served as the 2016 2017 Trias Writer in Residence at Hobart and William Smith Colleges He has spoken at the Guggenheim, the Library of Congress, and the Arthur C Clarke Center for the Human Imagination VanderMeer was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, but spent much of his childhood in the Fiji Islands, where his parents worked for the Peace Corps This experience, and the resulting trip back to the United States through Asia, Africa, and Europe, deeply influenced him.Jeff is married to Ann VanderMeer, who is currently an acquiring editor at Tor.com and has won the Hugo Award and World Fantasy Award for her editing of magazines and anthologies They live in Tallahassee, Florida, with two cats and thousands of books.



10 thoughts on “Autorität

  1. Richard Richard says:

    I can t give thisthan 2 stars because the center of the book drags along like a sacked brick I tried and tried to get into it, but I couldn t remain interested.It just doesn t need 200 pages to get across the idea of the Southern Reach Relationships barely develop past the first meetings and the whole thing feels stuck I guess this mirrors the feelings the main ch


  2. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    In the black water with the sun shining at midnight, those fruit shall come ripe and in the darkness of that which is golden shall split open to reveal the revelation of the fatal softness in the earth John A.K.A Control has been made director of The Southern Reach Facility The last director finagled her way onto the last expedition into Area X and has never been seen or


  3. carol. carol. says:

    If Annihilation reminded me of Jeanette Winterson s writing, then Authority reminded me of Kafka, but not the interesting Kafka, one of the boring ones, which surely if I say which one, my dear friends are going to quickly assure me that I m quite wrong and there is no way Kafka could ever be boring with such Big Ideas So maybe I don t mean Kafka Maybe I mean one of those other s


  4. Stuart Stuart says:

    Holy crap, this book was unbearable I m trying to think of something good to say about this bookand failing It reminds me of an unholy blend of the final season of Lost, The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield, The Office, and Waiting for Godot Endless trivial descriptions of bureaucracy, oblique dead end details, and an obstinate refusal to further the plot in any way, other than with frui


  5. Carmen Carmen says:

    SPOILER FREE REVIEWImagine a situation, John, in which you are trying to contain something dangerous But you suspect that containment is a losing game That what you want to contain is escaping slowly, inexorably That what seems impermeable is, in fact, over time, becoming very permeable That the divide isperforated than unperforated And that whatever this thing is seems to want to destroy you bu


  6. Heidi The Reader Heidi The Reader says:

    The mystery of Area X continues with an FBI agent s entry into the Southern Reach What s going on Why can t anybody remember anything Why is everyone so antagonistic And why does everything smell bad Rarely have I been so disappointed with a book as I was with Authority The first entry in this series is a gripping, psychedelic adventure that reads like a nature gone wild acid trip This book, on the othe


  7. Lyn Lyn says:

    The book begins with some delicious theatrical irony for the readers of Annihilation.I put Annihilation, Jeff VanderMeek s 2014 environmental thriller, down with one hand while reaching for the sequel with the other.Authority is in a different style and tone than was its predecessor Whereas the first book was a surreal dystopian nightmare, told from the first person perspective of The Biologist from a series of


  8. Fabian Fabian says:

    An important cardinal rule of trilogies is thoroughly broken with Authority, Book 2 in the Southern Reach Trilogy That which states that the second tome must build something out of the previous one, that its limits are expanded, that the adventure is transmogrified to its very apex see, Star Wars episode 5, Godfather II, Senor Vivo the Coca Lord in Louis de Bernieres Latin American trilogy heck, even Catching Fire was


  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    My thoughts on this are, you guessed it, complicated This follow up to Annhililation which I LOVED is a very different beast Set shortly after the events of the first book, it is completely different in feeling and in genre It does not take place in Area X but rather in the Southern Reach itself where a new director has been placed who will have to try and figure out what is really going on.There is one thing I am absolutely s


  10. Roblee Roblee says:

    The author, evidently paid by the word, tells a very long and atmospheric tale, approximately 200 pages overlong An intriguing last few chapters and ending could stand alone as prelude to the final book.


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