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Death to reach a star

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        PublishersTwin Omega Press
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        LC Classifications1993
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 140 p. :
        Number of Pages91
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100963484001
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IT TAKES DEATH TO REACH A STAR By Stu Jones & Gareth Worthington **Excellent**

The dialogue is clipped, punchy, like if Elmore Leonard wrote a post-apocalyptic fantasy adventure. It is rare for him to step outside his comfort zone and when he does, the action becomes nonstop…and dangerous.

It was all very smooth from the word go. Two groups emerged from the ashes of the old world. because one generally wants to rubberneck before the bodies grow cold, and the afternoon is wasted.

It Takes Death to Reach a Star (2020 edition)

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