The Caves of Karst

The Caves of Karst The caves held many secrets and a good living for any man willing to be adapted to become a water breather Even if this meant they could never leave the planet a select few found it worthwhile Griffi

  • Title: The Caves of Karst
  • Author: Lee Hoffman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • The caves held many secrets and a good living for any man willing to be adapted to become a water breather Even if this meant they could never leave the planet, a select few found it worthwhile Griffith was one He was a loner who went his own way and didn t get involved with the politics of his planet, or with women, or with anything or anyone in particular That wasThe caves held many secrets and a good living for any man willing to be adapted to become a water breather Even if this meant they could never leave the planet, a select few found it worthwhile Griffith was one He was a loner who went his own way and didn t get involved with the politics of his planet, or with women, or with anything or anyone in particular That was the way he wanted it Until the day he came across a particularly good matrix containing thelemite and found the Colonial Authority and even the Divers Guild after his hide.

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    1. Wow, I’m surprised by the lack of reviews for this book. I absolutely loved it! So I think I’ll write a review to help fill the void.I first found the book at a used book sale. My eyes were drawn to the words cave and karst. I have a special relationship to those words because my dad is a professional caver and I grew up exploring caves all the time with my dad. Side note: Karst is the scientific name used to describe areas of the earth where you find limestone bedrock that has been eroded a [...]

    2. Lee Hoffman was best known as a Western author, but she also wrote some good science fiction. She was a well-known sf fan, and was in fact for a while married to Larry Shaw, a science fiction editor noted for buying the first story that Harlan Ellison sold. The Caves of Karst appeared in 1969 but got little publicity from Ballantine and was soon lost in the wave of famous sf novels that appeared at around the same time. It has never been reprinted. It's a good adventure novel of greed and politi [...]

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