The Tery
F. Paul Wilson
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Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AMBy F. Paul Wilson

After a long day at work, a young bear like alien, the tery, returns home to find his cottage in flames, his parents dead, and an evil baron s minions celebrating their conquest In a world of humans, only a hermit potter will help him, and together the tery and the potter set out to overthrow a world.
  • Title: The Tery
  • Author: F. Paul Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780671698553
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback

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Lisa (Harmonybites) Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
F Paul Wilson is best known for his horror fiction, particularly his bestselling vampires among the Nazis, The Keep I rather enjoyed that pot boiler, but I like his space opera LaNague Federation novels much This is listed both on and LibraryThing as last in the series, but chronologically that really isn t correct This is definitely after the first novel, An Enemy of the State, and possibly after Dydeetown, but definitely before Healer and Wheels Within Wheels It s also as far as I m concerned [...]
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Bob Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
This is book that is not for the squeamish It is very well written the story is clear and easy to follow It is set in the distant future on a world where genetic experiments and development ran wild Rulers and scientists created humans with rat tails, or the bodies of, for example, beasts or giant spiders, in great variety, apparently just for grins And some have The Talent , the ability to communicate mind to mind without talking or writing A very few are Finders , able to detect those with The [...]
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Pat Cummings Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
I cannot spoil the story by revealing that Wilson borrows the power of a central Christian image the Crucifixion for his tale of world wide intolerance and bigotry Wilson himself begins the story with the puzzlement of a Christian missionary faced with that image on an alien planet.Because of that, this novel reminded me at first of James Blish s A Case of Conscience, which masterfully explored such questions as, Do aliens have souls and If they do, did the crucifixion at Golgotha save them too [...]
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Christine Jewett Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
I found the book generally enjoyable, but The Tery felt incomplete perhaps if it had been a novel, instead of a novella, it would have felt like the correct ending on than just an intellectual level, but on an emotional level as well As it was, it seemed to come out of nowhere with certain aspects of the story unresolved Pard was satisfying, to the extent that I am curious if there are tales that follow up on it.
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Fred Goodwin Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
I love F Paul Wilson s books, love the Repairman Jack series, but the LaNauge books hold a special place for me, I think I have read Healer about 20 times.The Tery is a short read, and while some have panned it, I enjoyed it as it fills in a bit background of Dalt Think of it as an addendum rather than a major part.
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Linda Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
Sorry, I don t care too much for sci fi books people with funny names and from strange planets I read the first couple of chapters, then returned it to the library I usually love F Paul Wilson, especially his Repairman Jack series, but this one was not my cup o tea
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Marty Oct 01, 2020 - 01:21 AM
doesn t add to the LaNague series especially and not independently very interesting either.
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The Tery By F. Paul Wilson After a long day at work, a young bear like alien, the tery, returns home to find his cottage in flames, his parents dead, and an evil baron s minions celebrating their conquest In a world of humans, only a hermit potter will help him, and together the tery and the potter set out to overthrow a world.

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