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BEANSTALK by  John Rackham - Paperback - First Edition; First Printing - 1973 - from Ravenswood Books and Biblio.co.uk

BEANSTALK

by Rackham, John

Condition: Good+


Daw Books. Good+. 1973. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Pages tight and clean other than a few small stains seen near front, age tanning to pages and inside covers. Cover has light creasing, soiling to rear, tiny tears upper spine, light edgewear. "Magic seeds - No! Galactic history - Yes!" Behind every folktale there is a true story and behind every legend a lost fact of history, distorted by word of mouth of people who did not understand. In the case of the infiltration of the highly strategic space station upon which the battle between the Salvial Federation and the Hilax Combine pivoted, the account of Earth's role in the affair has become greatly distorted...... (*lower shipping avail to all locations) [90-osl]; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .




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