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Thralls of the Endless Night

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Thralls of the Endless Night is a gripping and enthralling tale that combines elements of science fiction and fantasy in a seamless and captivating manner. The author, Leigh Douglass Brackett, has created a vivid and immersive world filled with intriguing characters and a compelling plot.

The story follows a group of adventurers who find themselves embroiled in a dangerous quest to uncover the ancient secrets of a long-lost civilization. As they journey through mysterious lands and encounter various obstacles, they must rely on their wits and skills to survive.

Brackett's writing is atmospheric and evocative, painting a vivid picture of the fantastical world in which the characters find themselves. The pacing is brisk and the tension builds steadily throughout the novel, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat until the thrilling climax.

Overall, Thralls of the Endless Night is a thrilling and action-packed read that will appeal to fans of both science fiction and fantasy. Brackett's deft storytelling and rich imagination make this a must-read for anyone looking for a gripping adventure tale.

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This is a classic story from the early days of science fiction pulp magazines. Leigh Brackett, a female author who stood with the best of them during the period, always has a quirky way of examining human behavior whether on earth or a distant planet. A "tribe" composed of Hans, Officers and a Captain have been marooned on a strange place, out of touch with other humans for many generations. They have to eke out a living with great difficulties in a difficult and hostile environment. Does this sound sort of familiar? There are also really neat 'Piruts' in the story who always try to get the supposed benefit of living close to the Ship. I liked it and the ending is cool too. - Summary by phil c

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