Mid-Flinx - Alan Dean Foster Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345406443 / Author: Alan Dean Foster / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Publisher: Del Rey Books,U.S / Flinx and his faithful mini-dragon Pip find themselves on a jungle planet where they discover the human descendants of a lost colony ship.
Newest Review: ... good deal of luck, travel around the universe looking for answers and generally having one adventure after the other. This ... more
Customer Mid-Flinx - Alan Dean Foster Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/01/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Mid-Flinx. ======= This book is one in a long line of Pip and Flinx novels and it progresses and continues Flinxs pursuit of the truth. He was brought up an orphan and his only companion was a rare mini dragon that flies and spits poison. Together the pair, accompanied by a good deal of luck, travel around the universe looking for answers and generally having one adventure after the other. This novel: Pip and flinx are relaxing on a nowhere, nothing planet. They picked it specifically because they only happened to come across it quite by chance and now they are take a vacation. But not for long. Flinx is being quietly perused by, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/08 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Mid-Flinx. Author - Alan Dean Foster. Some Background, At the time of writing this, there are 13 Pip and Flinx novels, this i.e. Mid-Flinx being the 7th instalment. Alan Dean Foster is the author of numerous films, the first 3 Alien films, the Thing, the chronicles of Riddick, the Black Hole, Outland, Starman, Alien Nation and the Dig. Other books to become movies include Clash of the Titans, Krull, the last Starfighter, Pale Rider (Clint Eastwood), and more recently Transformers. This books starts with flinx trying to take some r and r on one of the backwater commonwealth planets. But trouble is never far away, a ... Read the complete review
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