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    Harry Harrison(Author)

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The return of the rebel

The stars are afire with rebellion against the tyranny of Earth. Jan Kulozik, rebel in exile, returns home as a prisoner on a ship bearing a cargo of death. But Kulozik escapes his captors and ignites the flames of revolt across half a world. With the aid of Dvora, a lovely but lethal comrade-in-arms, Jan races toward a rendezvous with destiny and a reckoning with a treacherous double agent who holds the fate of the human race in his hands.

Harry Harrison is an American science fiction author best known for his character the Stainless Steel Rat and the novel Make Room! Make Room! (1966), the basis for the film Soylent Green. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • PDF | 198 pages
  • Harry Harrison(Author)
  • Bantam Books (July 1981)
  • English
  • 3
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By Guest on September 5, 2016

    Excellent series fast paced and not bogged down with "scientific facts".A good bit of escapism.

  • By Tacoma on May 8, 2014

    Rather an incredible part of the three part trilogy about a future world. Somewhat frightening in the growth of societal changes and loss of freedom to governments and corporations.

  • By Najwa P Chadli on June 1, 2014

    These books have predicted new technology for a long time. Its great to see they are still pertinent and reflect Harrison's wisdom into the Human Condition.

  • By Tom on May 3, 2013

    Not the greatest or the worst hence the 4 star rating. I have read a lot of Harry Harrison's work and this is worh the money.

  • By Rachel E. Watkins on October 4, 2003

    In this final book of the 'To The Stars' trillogy Jan joins up in the revoloution which is sweeping across the stars to free the world of the tyrrany which is in power.It went out with more of a fizzle than a bang though. Events happen too easily, and there is little in the way of charachter development. The protoganist, Jan, while someone who can take what is given to him and do something with it, spends most of this book riding the waves of what is set in front of him rather than forging his own path. In the end, I felt anyone could have had the parts he had and things turn out the same. The entire trillogy was too short, and relied more in events out of the charachters controll to move the storyline along. I think it could have been a lot better with more charachter development.Dispite these criticisms, it was a good story. And, most trillogies tend to fizzle in the second and last books anyway.

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