Lord of Light

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Doubleday, 1967 - Fiction - 257 pages
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On an earth colony in space where a group of immortals rule and have taken the names of the Hindu gods, Mahasamatman--the Binder of Demons and Lord of Light--fights against the forces of evil.

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Couldn't finish. Found it to be rambling and allegorical. Also sexist. Does a decent job with Hindu Gods and Pantheon, but the writer clearly didn't like or understand women very well. Read full review

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User Review  - Phrim - LibraryThing

Lord of Light is set on a colony world on which a cabal of elites have used advanced technology (including literal reincarnation) to set themselves up as the pantheon of Hindu gods over the ... Read full review

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