The Crack in the Sky by Richard A. Lupoff
Flash was designed by Enric Crous-Vidal as a display companion to his Paris. The caps-only style is bolder than Paris gras and filled with a serrate pattern, but otherwise follows the same basic design. Flash and Paris were released in 1953 by Fonderie Typographique Française.
The Crack in the Sky is a novel by Richard A. Lupoff (1935–2020). Shown here is Dell’s first edition cover from 1976, with art by Peter Lloyd (1944–2009). The uncredited typographer used Flash in red and yellow, and added the smaller text in ITC Avant Garde Gothic Condensed.
Across the planet, only a handful of giant, overcrowded, domed cities exist, cities like Norcal, where multiple marriages are recommended and drug-taking encouraged.
Across the planet everyone waits for the reclamation of a lost technology that can save them… everyone except the members of the Order of St. Jerome in Norcal.
The Order of St. Jerome believes in peace, in morality, in two-person marriages and old-fashioned values.
The trouble is, in the name of love the Order of St Jerome is going to sacrifice the Earth…
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