The Goblin Reservation - Clifford D. Simak Reviews
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Clifford D. Simak The Goblin Reservation
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by - written on 09/03/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
The Goblin Reservation is another classic tale from the late sci-fi author, Clifford.D.Simak, and is set in a world not that far removed from our own. In this universe, Goblins, Trolls and Faerie have all been found to exist and now live out their lives on specially secluded reservations away from prying eyes. Peter Maxwell is a Profesor at the College Of Supernatural Phenomena and has spent his life befriending and studying these curious creatures but is called away to a distant planet when he hears rumour of the existance of a dragon. Unfortunately, whilst using a matter-transporter to travel off-planet, Maxwell is abducted by the inhabitants of a ... Read the complete review
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