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TOM PAINE MARU L. Neil Smith(Author)

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TOM PAINE MARU

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Original name book: TOM PAINE MARU

Pages: 288

Language: English

Publisher: Del Rey (July 12, 1984)

By: L. Neil Smith(Author)

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Category - Literature & Fiction

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After surviving the crash of their spaceship, the first interstellar flight launched by the planet Vespucci, Whitney O'Thraight and a wounded officer are captured by savages, only to be rescued by a group of fierce monks

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Customer Reviews
  • By Trelligan on November 28, 2013

    An old favorite by a favorite author. This is book of the North American Confederacy; start with the Probability Broach, the first of this series. Be warned, the author has a pronounced Libertarian bent. That works for me, but might not for others. I really don't understand why these haven't been collected in anthologies yet <Yes, Amazon, that's a hint>.

  • By Dennis Helm on June 20, 2008

    I ENJOYED THE BOOK. I WISH I COULD FIND THE OTHER BOOKS WHICH ARE PART OF "THE BRIGHT SUITE" SERIES.

  • By Michael Valdivielso on August 28, 2005

    Corporal Whitey O'Thraight came from a harsh planet, a planet that sent him, and the rest of the crew, to look for a better planet. But the Asperance's first voyage is its last when just a few hours after landing most of his people are killed by the savages (who are living in their version of the Middle Ages). It seems he has the choice between being burned at the stake or just tortured.But then he is freed by the crew of the Tom Paine Maru. And then things get dangerous.A great book, kind of a sequel to The Venus Belt. It can stand alone, all you have to do is read enough of it to get the basic background. Set in The Probability Broach universe, so lots of surprises and a interesting setting.

  • By JOHN A. STOVALL on June 14, 2008

    This Del Rey edition of "Tom Paine Maru" was deliberately butcherer by cutting all philosophical and political content at the hands of Del Rey's editors.Don't support such censorship. I read the Del Rey edition and later found an uncensored version on the web. L. Neil is right they butchered what he wrote

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