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Eloise
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Eloise Volume 12
Eloise

by E.C. Tubb
Issued: 1978
Arrow Books
London
ISBN 009914980X
Paperback
Cover illustration by Josh Kirby
160 pages

Notes
Eloise, a Dumarest of Terra novel by E.C.Tubb.

Volume 12 of The Dumarest Saga.

First published by DAW Books in 1975.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Cyber Prime surveyed the domains of his vast scattered empire with trepidation. Central Intelligence had ruled the empire in the past. Now he knew that this gigantic computer was degenerating, breaking up after years of use.

Only one man could save them: Earl Dumarest, a lonely space traveller engaged on a long quest to find his birth planet, Earth. The Cybers must find and intercept him.

But before the Cybers discover Dumarest, they encounter Eloise, a beautiful seductress who drives logic from their minds . . .

12th IN THE DUMAREST SAGA

 
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