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Kindle Edition ✓ Benedicts Planet Kindle ↠ James Corley began his career as part of the British 'New Wave' SF scene in the 's Alongside stories articles and reviews published in such magazines as New Worlds and Vortex he produced in a less serious vein novel length satirical space operas now being republished in ebook format.

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  1. Kaisha Palmer-Rippin Kaisha Palmer-Rippin says:

    Kindle Edition ✓ Benedicts Planet Kindle ↠ benedicts pdf, planet free, Benedicts Planet KindleEnjoyable story but some of the language is very outdated


  2. Bunterbee Bunterbee says:

    Kindle Edition ✓ Benedicts Planet Kindle ↠ benedicts pdf, planet free, Benedicts Planet KindleBasically an old fashioned space opera but with a 60's dash of hip irony sly humour and lashings of pseudo science It was a time when style often seemed valued than substance the story has great pace and no depth except peripherally as a polemic for vegetarianism but as SF goes it's an enjoyable read if you don't want your brain boggled by strenuous ruminations about our destiny in the universe Just lie back and think of Betelgeuse


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