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Rich boy meets rich girl, and after overcoming many plot twists and difficulties, weds her.

Tracy's a good writer—I only wish he'd had a more pleasing premise than the alliance of millionaires. An amusing tale, though.
08/24/2015
Piper has a lot of followers, and there's no doubt he had plenty of imagination and was a decent writer. When it comes to depicting emotion, though, he definitely failed, and in that respect this book is no different from his others.

This is an ingenious mystery, and a treasure trove for collectors of antique weapons. Pubbed in the 1950s, the wisecracking dialog seems straight out of the '30s.
08/21/2015
Typical Laumer tale of galactic derring-do,, shallow but entertaining.
08/21/2015
Magical substance rains down from comet's tail, bringing civilization to a standstill. A very low-quality Day of the Triffids. I skipped through it to avoid boredom, thus failing to learn if mankind wins or loses.
08/21/2015
The government tries to cheat an author out of his royalties, and(by their standards) for very good reasons. A gimmick tale from Garrett, and well above his average.
08/21/2015
Typical gimmick story from Garrett, above average in this case. If it weren't for his Lord Darcy tales wouldn't bother to read these others.
08/21/2015
Big story with mammoth premise—galaxies and millennia are flung freely about—and not all the characters are two-dimensional. Not sure it's worth the effort to read, none the less.
08/18/2015
Richard Turner - Fast-Paced Action-Adventure
FEATURED AUTHOR - Richard Turner proudly served his country for more than thirty years, all across the globe. He wanted to try something new and now spends his time writing.  As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about his book, Goliath.