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Traitor to the Living by Philip José Farmer
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Dec 30, 10

This is actually the third book feature Harold Childe,"Image of the Beast" and "Blown" being the first two, but isn't done with the same focus on erotica. It's a pretty interesting read and if you read the first two, the story makes a lot of sense. Farmer's writing is always filled with subtle nuances that are easily overlooked. Case in point, his characterization. So often, writer's break rules when developing characters by forcing the character to do something they normally wouldn't. Farmer lets his characters grow and happen organically.
The premise to this is pretty straight-forward, unless you've read the first two. Then you realize early on what you've signed up for.
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