by Julian May
Category: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Sci-fi
Publication date: 19980817
Number of pages: 320
A major new science fiction series from bestselling author Julian May. 'I was living in pleasant anonymity under the name of Helmut Icicle, taking smartass sport-divers out on holocam trips around the reefs of Kedge-Lockaby. Fourteen thousand light years away from civilization, K-L's a freesoil planet way out in the boondocks, and that's the way I like it: it makes life easier if no-one asks nosy questions. 'So one minute there I was, subbing around Brillig Reef; the next thing I know, some giant sea-toad has eaten my house and I'm caught up in a galactic conspiracy! From gently coaxing an ageing submersible around the shores of K-L to piloting a state-of-the-art Javelin starship may seem like a big jump: but when it looks as if the future course of human civilization is under threat, it's a hell of a motivator.' Perseus Spur delivers everything readers have come to expect from worldwide bestseller Julian May: galactic scope, high adventure, humour, and complex political intrigue in a finely worked balance.
What the papers say:
'Julian May is a writer of perception and power' Jean Auel 'Julian May has irrevocably placed herself amongst the greats of fantasy and science fiction' Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine
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