The Dream Millennium - James White Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552100625 / Paperback: 224 pages / Publisher: Corgi / Published: 30 Jan 1976
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by - written on 12/04/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
My love of science fiction was something that I picked up from my dad, and recently he has given me a whole stack of his old books which I have added to my already massive reading pile. I had never heard of James White, nor his book "The Dream Millennium" before, but seeing as the cover art depicted *dinosaurs* *fighting each other* ... *in space*! I was rather excited about reading it, with my imagination already beginning to run wild before even turning the first page. This book is no longer in print and you would have to take your chances trying to find a pre-owned version, but eBay and charity shops would be a good option if you're keen to give this a ... Read the complete review
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