TIME ENOUGH AT LAST: HYPERION (1989) DAN SIMMONS

Dedicated to Hyperion (Simmons novel). It is my favorite book. Yggdrasil is a star ship of Het Masteen. He is a Templar—a nature priest of sorts—who captains the Treeship Yggdrasill that brings the.

In Which We Count Down The 100 Greatest Science Fiction or Fantasy Novels of All Time - Home - This Recording

In Which We Count Down The 100 Greatest Science Fiction or Fantasy Novels of All Time - Home - This Recording

The Shrike from Dan Simmons' Hyperion Cantos. The Most frightening face of Death.

The Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons is one of the best (and most underrated) space epics of all time. Unfortunately, it is difficult to find art and trivia concerning it, let alone a fandom.

Hyperion from Dan Simmons "Hyperion Cantos"

The Fall of Hyperion, Dan Simmons (Doubleday, 1990)

The Fall of Hyperion is the mediocre second volume in Dan Simmons' Hyperion series (serial). It concludes the cliffhanger end of Hyperion, but reduces that book to little more than intellectual games and a rather pedestrian messiah story.

The Shrike (hyperion Dan Simmons) by François Baranger

Les magnifiques concept art de François Baranger

Syfy to adapt and film Dan Simmons’ Hyperion as an “event series” | Ars Technica

Syfy to adapt and film Dan Simmons’ Hyperion as an “event series”

No word on intended release, but miniseries format fits books’ enormous scope.

The consul’s spaceship Inspired by the Hyperion novels from Dan Simmons, I tried to create a full illustration from the ship of the consul, wich is for the reader the very first contact with the universe of Hyperion. So I handled the design from the...

The consul’s spaceship Inspired by the Hyperion novels from Dan Simmons, I tried to create a full illustration from the ship of the consul, wich is for the reader the very first contact with the universe of Hyperion. So I handled the design from the.

"Sol! Take your daughter, your only daughter Rachel, whom you love, and go to the world called Hyperion and offer her there as a burnt offering at one of the places of which I shall tell you." Illustration based on the novel, Hyperion, by Dan Simmons. I’d love to adapt the whole book (easily in my top 5 novels), but alas, Mr. Simmons isn’t interested in graphic adaptations.

Take your daughter, your only daughter Rachel, whom you love, and go to the world called Hyperion and offer her there as a burnt offering at one of the places of which I shall tell.

repinned from https://www.pinterest.com/pin/371265563007243749/ cool board!  Does anyone know the story behind this piece?

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