Glory Lane

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Ace Books, 1987 - Fiction - 295 pages
23 Reviews
Seeth, Miranda, Kerwin. The fate of the universe is in their hands--and they're in for the adventure of their lives. When Seeth and Kerwin try to protect a stranger from the police, they are plummeted into a hair-raising adventure involving interstellar kidnapping, speed-of-light starships and front-line action as they rocket down Glory Lane.

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Alan Dean Foster is a prolific writer. - Goodreads
Next, the plot was perfect! - Goodreads
The pacing was also perfect. - Goodreads
The imagery in the book is unbelievable!!! - Goodreads
Plot: Seeth is a punk rocker. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Richard Penn - Goodreads

A glorious romp through near space, with highly engaging characters, cute aliens, and universe one would dearly love to visit. Read full review

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User Review  - Larry Wright - Goodreads

"Splinter of the Mind's Eye" was my first sci-fi read so I've an everlasting fondness for Foster. However, the author lost my trust (and this book a reader) when his purportedly punk rock protagonist ... Read full review


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Alan Dean Foster is the New York Times bestselling author of dozens of science fiction and fantasy novels, including most recently, Jed the Dead.

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