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Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory GRP Mass Market Paperback. Edgewear on both covers and along spine. One crease along spine on front cover. One crease on upper right corner of front cover. Some scuffing on covers but doesn't affect the printing or illustrations.
One crease down center of the spine. Edges of pages in good shape although scuffed a little. No other marks inside or out that I can see.
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Introduction by Roger Zelazny. Story synopsis: It was a world of tiers and layers. And it was all the playground of the Lord Jadawin, with transgravitational gates to the other levels, and other worlds.
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But now those gates were being sabotaged to permit the entry of an invading force of "Bellers". They sought two things: total domination of every Lord's private cosmos, and the life of Kickaha the Trickster, who knew too much.
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Seller Inventory Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Mass market paperback; very good condition. Book Description Ace Books January , Pages lightly tanning.
Series: World of Tiers
Pages tanning with age. Reading crease along the spine. Spine tight and square with a minor crease noticeable. Few slight creases or bends in the cover. Pages mostly white or light cream color.
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A Private Cosmos (World of Tiers, #3) by Philip José Farmer - Risingshadow
Perhaps aware that The Gates of Creation wasn't half the novel it could have been without the presense of the wily Kickaha the Trickster, Farmer turns the third novel in his World of Tiers series into a vehicle for him. And it's the most bravura, action-packed entry in the saga yet. This is adventure storytelling at its most kinetic. It opens in high gear and never downshifts throughout its length. I had a complete blast. Set on the World of Tiers concurrently with the events in Gates — in which Wolff, Lord of the World of Tiers, was trapped in a bizarre multi-dimensional obstacle course set up, so he believed, by his murderous father — A Private Cosmos finds Kickaha fending off an invasion by the Bellers.
Originally artificial life forms designed by the Lords to allow them to transfer and store their memories in other bodies, the Bellers have since become an independent, self-aware species in their own right, and one with all the intellect and power of the Lords themselves.
Now they plan to conquer the World of Tiers in Wolff's absense, and use its vast population to breed themselves into an unstoppable force millions strong. Yet there is one thing in the Bellers' path: Kickaha. The transplanted earthman knows all of the secret gates, codes and traps in Wolff's palace, and the Bellers need this information to make their conquest complete.