The Web of the Chozen
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The Web of the Chozen

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He was paid to find Terraformable worlds, new planets for his corporation to plunder. Up until the day he came upon the Peace Victory, an abandoned generation ship hovering omniously above a definitely habitable planet, he believed nobody ever could.


..because he was never satisfied with anything lower than first place, beca...more
Mass Market Paperback, 212 pages
Published January 12th 1978 by Del Rey (first published 1978)
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Marianne Søiland
Denne boka er lett sci-fi. Den er morsom og fullstendig urealistisk på ett vis. Sett fra et større perspektiv ikke så umulig som man først skulle tro. Dersom man tror på at det kan finnes liv på andre planeter, om enn ikke direkte mennesker.. Historien er tankeutfordrende, selv om dette er lett sci-fi.

Hva om jorda blir så overbefolket at vi må flytte ut i verdensrommet? Hvordan håndterer vi så andre levenede vesener? Hvordan tolker vi deres eventuelle intelligens? Og ikke minst, hvor tilpasnings...more
Alyssa Macpherson
My first experience of Jack Chalker, recommended by a friend, and it was enjoyable. Very odd in a way that feels more in tune with the more niche parts of the Internet than a published novel but still a good read.
Samuel Lubell
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SF/adventure. This time the alien (well converted humans) win over the regular humans. Fun but the plot is all there is.
Mark Palmer
I'd read several of Chalker's books, but was told that this was not one of his better ones. I enjoyed it immensely.
Picked this up for $1 at a library book sale. I wasn't expecting much, but ended up really liking it.
Eh, not bad but pretty weird. Goodbye and say hello to eBay. =)
One of the weirdest books I've read. I liked it though.
Michel Clasquin-Johnson
Enjoyable old-fashioned sci-fi. Ends a little abruptly.
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Besides being a science fiction author, Jack Laurence Chalker was a Baltimore City Schools history teacher in Maryland for a time, a member of the Washington Science Fiction Association, and was involved in the founding of the Baltimore Science Fiction Society. Some of his books said that he was born in Norfolk, Virginia although he later claimed that was a mistake.

He attended all but one of the W...more
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“Curse him to eternal damnation! Yes! Of course!" came the emotional reply.

"Don't curse him," I said softly. "Remember--he's only a machine, just an imperfect mirror of ourselves. We made him what he is--the disease, the cancer."

There was nothing else to say, because that left only cursing ourselves, and we were already cursed.”
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