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by Jane Palmer
A mysterious force has almost sucked dry the Ojal's energy pools. Controller Opu is charged with finding a solution.
A mysterious force has almost sucked dry the Ojal's energy pools.
Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. The Kybion - Jane Palmer. The rising sun’s pink light had no nourishment value.
The planet Ojal has been invaded
The planet Ojal has been invaded . There's a quote on the back of this book: "Another joyous send up to the sf genre, combining Jane Palmer's gift for satire with a new cast of eccentrics, as plausible as anyone you'd find in the average bus queue" - Mary Gentle, Interzone. I wonder if I was reading the same book. I just felt it could have been written better and not have this feeling of rushed.
Online library for easy reading any ebook for free anywhere right on the internet. Listen to books in audio format. Diana hears the voice of Moosevan, an entity who inhabits a distant planet, in her head. Her world is threatened and she wants Diana’s help. Yuri believes her, though he's usually drunk in charge of a ten inch reflector and has a bizarre theory about the movement of the asteroids. Then two cosmic intelligences decide to help. They may understand the Universe, but mere mortals are beyond them. A short, fun summer romance novella.
Jane Palmer’s first novel Is a real find -definitely a specimen of higher lunacy. The Planet Dweller is the most easily readable of the four books, involving no noticeable shortforms. Anything even slightly scientific is explained in a no-lecturing manner, and if there is a feminist message, I can’t see it. The Guardian. The Planet Dweller. First published by The Women’s Press Limited 1985. There is an unnervingly independent student, two sinister spiritualists, a bullet-proof black policeman, and a youthful watcher apparently over a hundred years old.
Jane Palmer’s first title, The Planet Dweller, was published by The Women’s Press in their science fiction list in 1985. They also published The Watcher (now republished by Dodo as The Kybion ) in 1986, and the sequel to The Planet Dweller, Moving Moosevan, in 1990. Swift Publishers published The Drune (now republished as Babel’s Basement by Dodo) in 1999. The author also il Jane Palmer’s first title, The Planet Dweller, was published by The Women’s Press in their science fiction list in 1985
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