Bridge of Ashes
He was the greatest telepath the world had ever known--Archimedes, Leonardo da Vinci, Jean Jacques Rousseau, and a Children of Earth terrorist all rolled into one. He was Dennis Guise, Earth's last hope against the enemy that had created and now threatened to destroy mankind.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Lyndatrue - LibraryThing
Both stories concern telepaths, and they seemed to be preview for his later works. I enjoyed them when they were new, but like many things, they don't necessarily age well. Read full review
Review: Bridge of AshesUser Review - Martin - Goodreads
Just OK. The most interesting element of the book was the prediction not only of eco-terrorism, but the vapid and ill-considered logic of eco-terrorists. Read full review