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ILAB Library - All You Need To Know About Rare Books and the Antiquarian Book Trade
Published since 08 Jul 2010
It's the year 2022 ... New York City has become overpopulated with 40 million people and pollution has caused the temperature to be risen and all natural resources have been destroyed, leaving 40 million people starving. People do anything to get what they need. And they need Soylent Green. New York police detective Thorn is accused of murder by government agents because he gets too close to a secret involving the origins of the revolutionary foodstuff created by the Soylent Company. His assistant is Sol Roth, one of the few “living books in a world without books”. Roth has lost his job, the only thing he can do for his living is to be “a living book”. As such Roth gives Thorn all the information and all the knowledge that he needs. There are many “living books” in this world where strawberries, fresh meat and books are as rare as humanity. They meet at the “Exchange” – a kind of library ... A German review of this famous science fiction movie.
Published since 30 Nov 2009
Modern science-fiction, fantasy, and horror collectors are in the forefront of the changes in the techniques of book collecting. They sincerely wish to own the "true" first edition of each book they collect. They are among the first types of book collectors to stop "following the flag" (i.e. buying the first edition of a book printed in the author's country of origin regardless of where the "true world first edition" was published). For a modern example, a number of Stephen King's books have been published in England, one in France, and another in Germany, all of which are eagerly collected today.