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Earth was a monstrous green, blue, white and black ball over Jean's shoulder.
The sun made a furious hole in the sky below. Ahead were the stars — and a set
of blinking blue and red lights. "Is that Abercrombie?" "No, that's the Masonic ...
Toby and Rex squatted on the forward deck, surrounded by the provisions they
had brought back: reed baskets of fruit and cereal, blue-glass jugs containing
wine, oil and pungent sap, three young pigs in a wicker pen. They were cracking
A few yards downstream, beside a rough pier of. poles and planks, floated a
white and blue trimaran ketch, sails hoisted and distended to a gentle breeze. On
the deck stood Alan Robertson, on the poinst of casting off the mooring lines.
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This is a collection of Jack Vance's short stories written between 1952 and 1973. Jack Vance illustrates that the great thing about Science Fiction is its ability to detach our minds from current ... Read full review