Catseye

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Ace Books, 1961 - Science fiction - 192 pages
15 Reviews
Prisoner of galactic war is deported to the planet Korwar, where he is involved in a sinister intrigue and establishes telepathic communication with earth animals who help him in his bid for freedom.

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Review: Catseye (Dipple #1)

User Review  - Kilian Metcalf - Goodreads

I have a tendency to confuse this book with Beast Master. Both have similar themes of men separated from their homelands, using their ability to communicate telepathically with animals to help them ... Read full review

Review: Catseye (Dipple #1)

User Review  - Mary Catelli - Goodreads

Troy Horan lives in the Dipple, where the refugees of the war were dumped -- and left when the peace treaty signed away their worlds. His father had enlisted in the war, and his mother died when the ... Read full review

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Section 1
7
Section 2
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Section 3
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