Doorways in the Sand

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1976 - Fiction - 185 pages
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Fred Cassidy, thirteen years an undergraduate and an acrophiliac, joins Professor Paul Byler in a search for their laboratory replica of an alien artifact of interest to more than one interstellar community

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I found this book quite entertaining for a while. Nothing too deep, just fun to read. Unfortunately, near the end, it got weirder and more over the top from page to page. So I must admit, that I quit about 30 pages befor the end. Read full review

Review: Doorways in the Sand

User Review  - Goodreads

I found this book quite entertaining for a while. Nothing too deep, just fun to read. Unfortunately, near the end, it got weirder and more over the top from page to page. So I must admit, that I quit about 30 pages befor the end. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
12
Section 3
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Copyright

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About the author (1976)

After receiving his B.A. from Case Western Reserve University and his M.A. from Columbia University, Zelazny began publishing science fiction stories in 1962. His reputation has gone through ups and downs, but he was given a Nebula award in 1966 for And Call Me Coward (1965), in a tie with Dune by Frank Herbert. A prolific writer, Zelazny's works focus on the relationship between illusion and reality. He always pays close attention to his craft, and his stories are intelligent, occasionally sentimental, often romantic and, to his many fans, very satisfying.

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