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Complete Fuzzy Paperback – December 1, 1998
Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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Review: Take a good-hearted, crusty miner-type from any good Old West story -- especially the old miner who used to be a gunslinger -- and you've got Jack Holloway, prospecting for "sunstones" on the planet Zarathustra. Zarathustra's owned by the Chartered Zarathustra Company, so whatever you find there you sell to the Company, at the price the Company sets... but sunstones are valuable enough that even what the Company pays is well worth your while. But one day the independent loner comes home to find an odd, cute little creature has wandered into his house. It isn't long before he decides that "Little Fuzzy" is more than just an animal. What he doesn't think about, at least not at first, is this simple fact: a planet-wide Charter is awarded to a company only for planets which do NOT have a native sentient race. But when word of Jack's discovery reaches one of the Company's executives, they most certainly DO think about it... and get ready to do something about it, as well.
"Little Fuzzy" is one of the SF books that I can read to my kids. It has a warm, engaging prose style, and while there are one or two scenes that are scary or shocking, for the most part it's a story where people deal with each other as people.Read more ›
Interestingly, the third novel in the Fuzzies series, published posthumously, appeared after the publication of two "authorized" sequels penned by other authors: William Tuning's Fuzzy Bones (1981) and Ardath Mayhar's Golden Dream: A Fuzzy Odyssey (1982).Read more ›
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I've loved this series since I was a kid and picked up "Little Fuzzy" at the library. Don't know why it hasn't been made into a movie yet. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Catt Cantu
With the permission of the H. Beam Piper estate, John Scalzi was able to re-write the first novel of Fuzzy trilogy, "Little Fuzzy". Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gregory Alan Wingo
The books themselves are great! I gave this three stars because of all the typos and errors. I almost think they scanned the original texts into a computer with a terrible text... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Setherd
All three fuzzy stories. Great for all ages. Piper could have been another Asimov if he'd been accepted earlier, before his suicide. Lighter reading than his Federation stories.Published 17 months ago by david
I am a bit of a `sucker`for -1 happy endings and -2 underdogs . Although the series was started in the `60s, many of the concepts are still true today. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bruce Banks
Little Fuzzy was my introduction to "classic" Science Fiction when I was a kid and one of the novels that I return to as an adult. Read morePublished on May 30, 2014 by Lloyd J. Montgomery
The text, of course, was still the wonderful Piper magic, but there were innumerable "printers' errors" scattered throughout the volume, that were not in the original... Read morePublished on February 15, 2014 by Ye Olde Batte
I have read this before a number of years ago. It was fun and interesting then and fun again. I'm sure I will read it again sometime and for sure tell others to read it.Published on August 7, 2013 by Lois D. Guccione