Drowning World - Alan Dean Foster Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345450361 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Alan Dean Foster / Edition: Reissue / Mass Market Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is ... more
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by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Drowning world. ========== I decided to read this after reading a review written here. And yes this is a very good read, not that I would read it again but it was time well spent. You are taken on an adventure on the alien world of Fluva. A planet where it is virtually always constantly raining. Here the have 50 words for rain! You are taken through the watery world in the company of three unlikely companions. One is a warrior native to the planet, one an outsider despised by the warrior caste and the other is the human they are sent to rescue from the deep watery forests, where he has crashed. Along the way they will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09, updated on 09/02/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Drowning world. ============ Written by Alan Dean Foster. A wonderful book and I hope my review does it justice and gives you a flavour of what to expect. The commonwealth has set up an outpost on the fairly newly discovered planet of Fluva. The Planet has its native populace called Sakuntala and a newer alien contingent called the Deyzara, they tolerate each other. But beneath the surface, not that far beneath, there brew a violent hostility mainly from the Sakuntala who think the Deyzara are trespassers on their planet. Into this comes the commonwealth they set up a base and start trading with the locals and exploring their ... Read the complete review
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