Midworld by Alan Dean Foster

Synopsis:WORLD WITH NO NAME…
A stratified rain forest, three-quarters of a mile high. A delicate balance between plant and animal, between beauty and danger. Mankind and the Furcats, threatened by the sinister menace of the upper and lower hells, prefer the third of the seven levels.

MIDWORLD
Born dwells here, must defend the Home against flesh-eating horrors of the jungle. But even he, the most fearless of hunters, cannot bargain for the terrible destruction planned by the forces of the Commonwealth…
Genre:Science Fiction
Rating:@@@@
Pages:213
BCID:xxx-6010679
ISBN:o-7088-8009-6
Year:1978
Format:Paperback
Comments:This book is part fantasy, part sci-fi. I don’t generally go for the sci-fi genre but this was a great book. I received it as a gift from my grandmother years ago, and I have read it several times since. This book is worth a second read as it contains nuances that may be missed first time round.



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