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Author: David Lindsay
The novel's hero/Everyman Maskull starts out on a journey to the planet Tormance, but is quickly separated from his two traveling companions. The entire book deals with a search for the truth and the struggle between good and evil.
I thought this was a definite winner, I enjoyed it fully - beginning to end. I think it is the literary equivalent to "The Usual Suspects" "Lucky Slevin" and "A Clockwork Orange". . . . If all of the screen plays were rewritten by Robert Heinline.
Too much description of everything that it leaves you confuse after a while.
It didn't move me emotionally or intellectually.
Starts a little awkwardly but soon grabs your interest.
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