Gulliverzone

TitleGulliverzone
Year for Search1997
AuthorsBaxter, Stephen [Michael](b. 1957)
Date Published1997
PublisherOrion Children’s Books and Dolphin Paperbacks
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

GulliverZone is a virtual reality theme park based on Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (1726), and, on World Peace Day, it is freely open to everyone, even children. But GulliverZone is a dystopia with real Lilliputians being dominated by an evil woman. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Web 2027 (London: Millennium, 1999), 1-102

Info Notes

Part of a series entitled The Web. See also. 1997 Brown, Untouchable and 1998 Lovegrove. Other, non-utopian volumes in the series include Stephen Bowkett, Dreamcastle (1997), Graham Joyce, Spiderbite (1997)Peter F. Hamilton, Lightstorm (1997), Ken Macleod, Cydonia (1998), Maggie Furey, Sorceress (1998), Stephen Baxter, Webcrash (1998), Maggie Furey, Spindrift (1998), Eric Brown, Walkabout (1999), and Pat Cadigan, Avatar (1999).

Holding Institutions

NLS

Author Note

(b. 1957)

Full Text

1997 Baxter, Stephen [Michael] (b. 1957). Gulliverzone [The Web at the head of the title]. London: Orion Children’s Books and Dolphin Paperbacks. Rpt. in Web 2027 (London: Millennium, 1999), 1-102. Part of a series entitled The Web. NLS

GulliverZone is a virtual reality theme park based on Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (1726), and, on World Peace Day, it is freely open to everyone, even children. But GulliverZone is a dystopia with real Lilliputians being dominated by an evil woman. See also. 1997 Brown, Untouchable and 1998 Lovegrove. Other, non-utopian volumes in the series include Stephen Bowkett, Dreamcastle (1997), Graham Joyce, Spiderbite (1997), Peter F. Hamilton, Lightstorm (1997), Ken Macleod, Cydonia (1998), Maggie Furey, Sorceress (1998), Stephen Baxter, Webcrash (1998), Maggie Furey, Spindrift (1998), Eric Brown, Walkabout (1999), and Pat Cadigan, Avatar (1999).