The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge: The Stainless Steel Rat, Book 2

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Orion, Oct 15, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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It was totally impossible for Cliaand to wage interstellar war...but the crazy little planet was winning, whatever the odds. And there wasn't much the peaceful galaxy could do...except send Slippery Jim di Griz - the Stainless Steel Rat - to wage his own kind of guerrilla campaign against the grey men of Cliaand and their leader, the indomitable Kraj. But then the Rat was aided by a band of liberated Amazons and his own beloved, murderous Angelina...and they had to swing the odds in his favour.

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Review: The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge (Stainless Steel Rat (Chronological Order) #5)

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“The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge” is the second instalment in Harry Harrison's light hearted science-fiction series, “The Stainless Steel Rat”. It follows on a few months after the end of the first ... Read full review

Review: The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge (Stainless Steel Rat (Chronological Order) #5)

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Originally posted on SpecFic Junkie. This series is honestly my favorite skiffy series of all time. Our intrepid hero, Slippery Jim diGriz is at it again. He's hooked up with the beautiful Angelina ... Read full review

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Harry Harrison (1925 - 2012)

Harry Harrison was born Henry Maxwell Dempsey in Connecticut, in 1925. He is the author of a number of much-loved series including the Stainless Steel Rat and Bill the Galactic Hero sequences and the Deathworld Trilogy. He is known as a passionate advocate of Esperanto, the most popular of the constructed international languages, which appears in many of his novels. He has been publishing novels for over half a century and is perhaps best known for his seminal novel of overpopulation, Make Room! Make Room!, which was adapted into the cult film Soylent Green. He died in 2012.

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