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The Passing of Ku Sui

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Author: Anthony Gilmore (Hiram Gilmore Bates, D.W. Hall)
Published: 1932
Language: English
Wordcount: 33,672 / 106 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 75.9
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Space Hawk
Downloads: 1,329
Added to site: 2009.10.21
mnybks.net#: 25603
Origin: gutenberg.org

A screaming streak in the night—a cloud of billowing steam—and the climax of Hawk Carse's spectacular "Affair of the Brains" is over.

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is giant, not native to the jungle, was posted due "north" from the ranch. Another waited to the "south," in a similarly large tree; and another to the "east."

Hawk Carse and his friends were abroad again and waiting to strike.

* * * * *

Ban Wilson, hot, itching and uncomfortable inside the heavy space-suit that he wore, and supremely aware of his consequent awkwardness, watched the ranch's beacon sweeping past him thirty or more yards away, and again sought relief from the tedium in conversation.

"Jupiter should be rising soon, Carse. It's the darkest hour--seems to me he'll come now if he comes at all. What do you think?"

He was the one posted in a watrari tree "south" of Tantril's ranch. Flung on the tight beam of his helmet-radio, which had been tuned and adjusted by Eliot Leithgow so as to reach only two other radios, the words rang simultaneously in the receivers of Friday, who was "east" of the ranch, and Carse, who was "north."

The Hawk responded curtly:

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2017.02.08
JoJo Biggins
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Ugh - this is horrible. You know when you have black slaves in a space adventure something just ain't right.


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