Mute

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Premier Digital Publishing, May 19, 2011 - Fiction
10 Reviews
Mute is science fantasy of mutation and psi: special mental powers. The protagonist, Knot, is a double mutant: he has a physical deformity, and the psi power to make others forget him. He’s satisfied with his life--until the lovely Finesse walks into his life to recruit him for a dangerous galactic mission. She is aided by two small animal mutants: a telepathic weasel and a clairvoyant crab. Knot tries to resist, aided by his psi, but the woman’s beauty and the animals’ powers doom him to a phenomenal adventure. The prior edition was cut; this is the complete version.

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User Review  - Jason Kittredge - Goodreads

Reread this for the first time in years. Wasn't as good as I remembered. The plot was interesting, and it had been long enough that I forgot a lot of the details. Like many of Piers Anthony's books, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michel Clasquin-Johnson - Goodreads

Acceptable space opera. But there's a problem right at the end. The hero gets sent forward in time to find out what the threat to the galaxy is, so it can be averted. But somehow he never gets sent ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Piers Anthony Dillingham Jacob was born in August, 1934, in Oxford, England. He graduated from Goddard College in Vermont in 1956. He became a naturalized U.S. citizen while serving in the United States Army in 1958. He served in the U.S. Army from 1957-1959. In 1977, he received a British Fantasy Award for A Spell for a Chameleon. Anthony's family emigrated to the United States from Britain when he was six. Highly popular because of his science fiction and fantasy works, Anthony is also known for the Jason Striker series and martial arts novels co-written with Roberto Fuentes. A highly prolific author, Anthony's other works include Bio of a Space Tyrant, Cluster, and the Omnivore series. Anthony makes his home in Tampa, Florida. He also writes under the pseudonym Robert Piers.

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