The star beast
A young boy believes he and his ancestors have been raising an extra-terrestrial pet for several generations, when actually the beast has been raising them. When the beast must be returned to his native planet, he insists on taking his human "pet" with him.
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Moments later the lazy lift from the roof creaked to a stop and the door opened; a
safety sergeant and a patrolman stepped out. "Mrs. Stuart?" the sergeant began
formally. " In your service, ma'am.' We ..." He caught sight of John Thomas, who ...
"Eh? That's kind of you, ma'am. I don't mind if I do. I've been up all night." John
Thomas looked at them. Til run out and take a quick look at Lummox." He
hesitated, then added, "I'm sorry I was rude, Mum." "We'll say no more about it,
then," she ...
"Can you be sure, ma'am?" "I can be sure of this: my son is not going to the other
side of nowhere. In another week he is entering college, which is where he
belongs." "Is it his education which worries you, ma'am?" "What? Why, of course.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Razinha - LibraryThing
Uneven and disappointing, for while there were interesting interactions, the inconsistency of his message with respect to non-terrestrial beings was irritating, and his social flaws more so. Yes ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - fulner - LibraryThing
This audio boook is the story of Lumex. A pet of the 23rd century. A large dionsaur like creature that has been in John Thomas's family for generations. Like the other books in the Scribes Juvenile ... Read full review
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