Land Under England

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Overlook Press, Mar 1, 1981 - Fiction - 298 pages
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Anthony Julian travels to a subterranean world in search of his father, only to discover the elder Julian has been transformed by the mind control techniques of that world's rulers

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User Review  - Kathleen828 - LibraryThing

Read 01/99 Very interesting work. Excellent evocation of alien topography and society. A little intense in description of thefeelings and impressions of the progragonist, but perhaps that was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tim Mayer - Goodreads

Written by Irishman Joseph O'Neil, this was one of the forgotten masterpieces on KEW's essential list. The author had a job in the Irish ministry of education, not hard to believe because he did like ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Foreword
5
My Father
9
Copyright

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