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Record Number: 81100
   
Icerigger. 1974 Icerigger
by Alan Dean Foster
First Edition 1974.
Ballantine Books.
New York.
ISBN 0345238362.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Dean Ellis.
314 pages.
Price: $1.25.

Notes
First part of the Icerigger trilogy.

Humanx Commonwealth Chronological Reading Order: #10.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the first printing of the 1981 New English Library paperback edition, ISBN 045005423. Cover illustration by Tim White.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
'A VERY ENTERTAINING PIECE OF SPACE OPERA'
THE TIMES

On the inhospitable world of Tran-ky-ky, a sub-zero wasteland where 50° below is a heatwave, a strange adventure awaits Ethan Frome Fortune and his companion Skua September. A flying ship has arrived bearing an extraordinary human cargo and urging the Tran inhabitants to attack Sagyanak the Death.

Only Ethan and Skua stand between the planet and doom. Playing the dangerous roles dished out by Fate's casting couch might just be fatal. Not to play them means death for sure.

MISSION TO M0UL0KIN – the sequel to ICERIGGER – is now available from New English Library

 
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