By Michael Moorcock
A mirror-image of his former self, Jerry Cornelius returns to a parallel London, armed with a vibragun and his notorious aura and charm to boot. at the path of the ugly Bishop Beesley, Jerry hunts for a mysterious gadget in a position to manipulating the cosmos. Corruption, violence and greed are rife in a war-torn Europe, yet Jerry is opposed to heritage; he's open air of heritage. He lusts for the equilibrium of anarchy, for randomness supreme—lock up your daughters (and sons), Jerry Cornelius is back.
Dunked into the ether of Chaos, the second one booklet within the Cornelius Quartet, A medication for melanoma, used to be one of many first novels of its shape, utilizing hypermedia to spin an internet of hauntingly surreal scenes, wickedly humorous social satire and sci-fi vignettes that resonate deeply for the fashionable reader.