The Day of the Klesh His name was Meure and he hired out on an alien ship to see the universe There were ler aboard that vessel transmuted humans who were partial supermen and specifically there was the ler girl Flerdesta

  • Title: The Day of the Klesh
  • Author: M.A. Foster
  • ISBN: 9780886770167
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • His name was Meure and he hired out on an alien ship to see the universe There were ler aboard that vessel transmuted humans who were partial supermen and specifically there was the ler girl Flerdestar who had a mission When Meure and Flerdestar were marooned on the world they called Monsalvat, they were confronted by a planetary enigma involving time and space For MonsHis name was Meure and he hired out on an alien ship to see the universe There were ler aboard that vessel transmuted humans who were partial supermen and specifically there was the ler girl Flerdestar who had a mission When Meure and Flerdestar were marooned on the world they called Monsalvat, they were confronted by a planetary enigma involving time and space For Monsalvat had a myriad human species, all alien to each other, and all in awe of the Mystery that dominated their isolated planet Here is the long awaited major novel by the author of THE GAMEPLAYERS OF ZAN and WARRIORS OF DAWN It is a masterwork of alien wonders, human ingenuities, of the past invading the present, and of the perverted legacy of the legendary mistress of the first starship, the mad ler Sanjirmil

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    1. just came across this gem while cleaning out the attic. I loved this book, and it is now at the top of my read/ reread pile:) I didn't know it was book 3 of a series when i read it. i will now have to go back and read the first two books. however will I suffer through those as well such sweet sorrow woodchuck hard cider doth wax poetic:)

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