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Slave Planet

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Slave Planet by Laurence M. Janifer is a thought-provoking science fiction novel that explores the concept of slavery in a futuristic society. The story follows the protagonist, Alan Corday, as he navigates a world where humans are bred and trained for specific purposes, serving as slaves to the ruling class of aliens known as the Traders.

Janifer's writing is captivating and engaging, drawing the reader into a world filled with complex characters and intricate social dynamics. The exploration of themes such as power, ethics, and the nature of freedom adds depth to the narrative, prompting readers to question their own beliefs and values.

The pacing of the novel is well-balanced, with enough action and suspense to keep readers hooked from beginning to end. The world-building is also impressive, creating a vivid and detailed setting that feels both futuristic and familiar.

Overall, Slave Planet is a compelling and thought-provoking read that will appeal to fans of science fiction and dystopian literature. Janifer's ability to weave together complex themes with an engaging plot makes this book a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of society and morality.

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Fruyling's World ... rich in the metals that kept the Terran Confederation going—one vital link in a galaxy-wide civilization. But the men of Fruyling's World lived on borrowed time, knowing that slavery was outlawed throughout the Confederation—and that only the slave labor of the reptilian natives could produce the precious metals the Confederation needed! As the first hints of the truth about Fruyling's World emerge, the tension becomes unbearable—to be resolved only in the shattering climax of this fast-paced, thought-provoking story. - Summary by Book Intro

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