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Daybreak 2250 A.D. by Andre Norton
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Jul 21, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: adventure, cat-theme, classic, science-fiction

Originally published as "Starman's Son" this book was one of the first that Norton published and started her amazing arc of at least one book a year for over 50 years. For those interested, that's 1951 with this book and running until 2002. She had no books published in 2003, then had a new book published in 2004 and 2005. The 2005 book was published just before her death on St. Patrick's Day. Since her death she has had several new books published that were in the pipeline before her death. Also her past catalog of titles is being re-released gradually which will, hopefully introduce a new generation to her view of the future.
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Marge Simon I couldn't agree more! All those who say they read this at a very, very young age --I applaud you! You see, I was (I think)almost 11 when it first came out. I can't tell you how much this affected me, other than by what I write and illustrate today (a variety, mostly speculative on the dark sf side). The book I got from the library was illustrated, BTW. Wonderful & wondrous all the more.

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