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A Review of The Book of the Ler

Sunday, September 16th, 2007 | Posted by Web Master

Every once in awhile a long-forgotten genre classic is unearthed and reintroduced to a new generation of readers. Such is the case with M. A. Foster’s Ler trilogy of sci-fi books. But does the series’ classic status hold up after three decades of out-of-print neglect? Black Gate reviewer D. K. Latta explores all 928 pages of Foster’s mind-bending “genetic evolution and manipulation” to find out.


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