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Star Quest / Doom Of The Green Planet

3.12 of 5 stars 3.12  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Star Quest:
"In a universe that had been ravaged by a thousand years of interplanetary warfare between the star-shattering Romaghins and the equally voracious Setessins, there seemed now but one thing that might bring the destruction to an end. That would be the right catalyst in the hands of the right people. The right catalyst could well be the individualist rebel, Tohm..
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Mass Market Paperback, 254 pages
Published 1968 by Ace Books
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Al
These books are “old school”. Both from 1968. And short (around 25,000 words each). Back then, that was a 1/2 a book. Today, around 1/4th. My reviews take all this into account.

Star Quest: A most unusual story, even by today’s standards. Koontz does a great job of developing and handling this tale of mutants, bad guys, and a human brain-driven flying battle tank.

Of course, there’s a girl, a most unusual one and the interaction between her and the main character isn’t all that different from ot
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Christopher
I believe this is Dean Koontz's first book he ever wrote. This is the kinda writing I like to see outta Koontz. Puts the perfect image in your head and really diversifies the story. Great read
John
Ace Double Novel H70 or cat# 020-08070-060
Star Quest, Dean R Koontz, grade B
Doom Of The Green Planet, Emil Petaja, grade C
Joyce McKune
Not my favorite Dean Koontz, but once I started I had to finish. I only had Star Quest so it was only 103 pages.
Derek Hansen
If there's anything worse than Koontz, it's EARLY Koontz.
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Librarian's Note: This author writes under the name Dean R. Koontz and Dean Koontz. As both names appear on his works, both should be kept.

Acknowledged as "America's most popular suspense novelist" (Rolling Stone) and as one of today's most celebrated and successful writers, Dean Ray Koontz has earned the devotion of millions of readers around the world and the praise of critics everywhere for tal
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