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Del Rey 2006 0345461614 / 9780345461612 Paperback Very Good 
In the better than average 11th installment of Foster's popular Pip and Fli nx series (after 2004's Sliding Scales), the empathetically gifted Flinx an d his mini-dragon companion, Pip, go in search of a weapon to use against a powerful enemy. 
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2 Foster, Alan Dean SPOILS OF WAR (THE DAMNED, BOOK 3)
Del Rey 1993 0345375769 / 9780345375766 Paperback Near Fine 
Concluding the story begun in A Call to Arms and The False Mirror , Foster chronicles a centuries-long war among alien races: the Weave versus the Amp litur and its allies. The latter wish to subsume intelligent species to the Purpose, an arguably despotic regime under Amplitur rule; the Weave, a col lection of alien races, opposes this notion. The tide turns when the Weave discover the planet Earth and the savage, martially skilled human race. The humans' savagery becomes the deciding factor, and the war eventually ends with the Amplitur's surrender. Of main interest here is the way humans are perceived by aliens, as seen through the eyes of Lalelelang, a Wais scholar , who is unique among her people in displaying an interest in, and later a tolerance for being in the presence of humans. Lalelelang's scholarly inten sity leads her to some remarkable discoveries of secrets held by several sp ecies, including humans. As usual, Foster's aliens are either B-movie monst er types or variations on Earth animals (the Wais are in essence large bird s). The novel does a good job of breaking down stereotypes about how races behave--though Foster tends to maintain a view of humans as savages. 
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Del Rey 1990 0345363566 / 9780345363565 Mass Market Pa Good 
Forget what you thought you knew about the universe and enter the fantastic world of master storyteller Alan Dean Foster . . . OPERATOR ASSISTED CALLS ARE CHARGED AT A HIGHER RATE. Mr. Parkworthy had a score to settle with the telephone company, and he was a man used to gettin g his own way. But he should have remembered that it is not polite to be ru de to a lady . . . especially when the lady is Ma Bell. THE METROGNOME. Charlie Dimsdale was only a little man in the company that ran New York City's subways . . . until some odd little denizens of the cit y's subterranean tunnels showed him who was really in charge! THE TESSELATED TETRAHEXAHEDRAL YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS. Country people in Amer ica are a fair but mighty independent bunch. So when some government scient ists rudely demanded that the Shattucks turn over the UFO that crashed on t heir Texas ranch, the Shattucks became a bit obstinate. Besides, the shinin g little spacecraft looked real cute hanging on the barn with the Christmas decorations. COLLECTIBLE. When young Pearl's life was collapsing around her, she could a lways find comfort in her extensive collection of dragon memorabilia -- but some youngsters are more fragile than others, and dragons can be deadly. Plus eleven more stories! 
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