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- George F. Hawkins, Episcopal High School, Bellaire, TX
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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QUOZL might have been a classic had not left-wing baloney intervened. It starts on a ship bound for a new planet, Shiraz (Earth) which can support the Quozl, a large, rabbit-like... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Twelvetrees
Only a few pages in and I'm hooked on a new species. Can't wait to learn more. Characters are "real" and the first person style drew me in.Published 5 months ago by Kay
Not his best book, in fact its one of the worst he wrote. That being said its still pretty good. Be warned it is slow, and I ended up wanting to smack a few characters silly. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Douglas Grigg
Highly imaginative, especially in establishing the culture of the Quozl. Some nice surprises along the way, too. The very definition of "fun read."Published 6 months ago by Marshall
This is a fantastic first contact novel. Probably the best! The key will be if there is a sequel! Oddly that NGOs that it should have been longer...Published 6 months ago by Daniel Brookshier
The alien Quozl that Foster created are fascinating. Their culture, philosophy, social hierarchy are unique and very fun to read about. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeremy Schwartz
Highly recommended. A different type of SF story, in the best of ways. Do yourself a favor and sit down with this book; you'll not regret itPublished 7 months ago by DJ
Good read, different, little long getting to the betrayal, funny and thought provoding.Published 7 months ago by Mr.Moose