Masters of Everon
Masters of Everon, announces the brass plate on the door of the original Everon colonists' corporate headquarters. But somehow Everon resisted all their efforts; it was as if the planet itself fought against human efforts to establish a foothold. Some settlers want to return the favour, wrecking Everon's ecology in revenge, but Jef Roboni loves the great cat-like maolots of Everon, and the planet itself; he believes that settlers and planet can coexist.
Now time is running out - and even the hints that Jef has uncovered are not enough to prepare him for the incomprehensible strangeness and wonder of the true Masters of Everon.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - librisissimo - LibraryThing
Standard fare for the 1980s. Stereotyped situation and characters, okay adventuring, the usual ethical posturing but with some arguments for both sides. Some plot & continuity holes, but not egregious. Read full review
Review: Masters Of EveronUser Review - Fredrick - Goodreads
A giant cat from the planet Everon has grown up on Earth with an Earth boy as part of a long term experiment. Upon maturity, both go to Everon to finish the experiment and become involed investigationing the disappearance of native species. I throughly enjoyed it. Read full review