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by Alan Dean Foster
published in:
Exceptions to Reality
by Alan Dean Foster
First Edition 2008
Del Rey / Ballantine Books
New York
ISBN 9780345496041
Cover illustrator unknown
x+262 pages
Price: $6.99

A Pip and Flinx short story.

The text can be found on pages 255-262.

Chronological Reading Order: #16.

Introductory Blurb
An awful lot has happen to the characters of Flinx and his pet minidrag, Pip, since they first appeared in The Tar-Aiym Krang thirty-five years ago. Having matured both physically and mentally, Flinx has gone from being a pretty aimless teenager to someone (or perhaps something) of immense importance to everyone around him. It’s not a destiny he sought. But like so many of us, he can’t escape the inexorable. That does not mean he wouldn’t like to do so.

As a consequence of who he is and what he may yet become, all manner of individuals and even entire societies have acquired an interest in what happens to him. Sometimes even without him being aware of it . . .

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