The 4th and longest volume in the series of novels involving the Ganymede
giants. The first three volumes are:
Hogan manages to introduce a new plot twist every few pages. This novel has
action, humor, philosophy (some characters express libertarian ideas), and
pseudo-science. He is bold enough in this book to try to describe a universe
that operates under different natural laws than ours.
- Inherit the Stars
- The Gentle Giants of Ganymede
- Giants' Star
It is too long.
He has a bad habit of writing "... try and do ..." instead
of "... try to do ...".
Year Read: 2000
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