Lord Of Thunder (Beast Master Chronicles)
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Lord Of Thunder (Beast Master / Hosteen Storm #2)

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Storm's beast master skills and animal partners are needed to unravel the mystery behind a huge gathering of indigenous Norbies. Only Storm and Logan Quade can penetrate the Norbie's clan secrets and discover what is behind the threat of an uprising that could destroy the tenuous peace between the colonists and the aliens who share the planet. "Thrilling science-fiction."...more
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Published January 1st 2010 by Brilliance Audio (first published January 1st 1962)
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Valerie
It's not uncommon that the sequel to a book is not as good as the first volume. This is no exception.

Mind, it's an okay book. But it's not as good as the original. Note that there's a disconnect here: the villain in this piece is an Earth-human--so he must be mad, right? After all, Xiks are inherently evil, so they can be evil and still sane, and it's all right to battle and kill them. Humans are (it's implied) innately good, and therefore if one does ill, he or she must be insane, right?

This ed...more
Nigel
Very enjoyable sequel to Beast Master, another page-turning easy-to-read-but-well-written romp featuring native american indians, alien races, fragile inter-racial politics, long-defunct alien artefacts, tribalism, animal telepathy, and sign language. What more could you ask for?
Lynne
The second in this series. Again, Storm Hosteen works with his animals to unravel a mystery. Storm meets another race and must help stop a war. I liked it and will read the next in the series.
Keith
I read this book in High School in the 1960's. Hosteen Storm (Beast Master) uses his telepathic bond with his animal friends to prevent a clash between colonists and indigenous aliens (Norbies).
Mary Ann
Interesting story line, and seems to be one in a series. Off world, with a deranged individual (or 2) stirring up trouble; all in point of view.
Elaine
hmm, not at all the same cover as on mine! Found recently at a used book sale for a quarter - AN's was the first SF I ever read, I think.
Roberto
Meh. Not really up to the level of the author's best work.
rebecca j
Second in the Beastmaster series
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