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The Green Brain by  Frank Herbert - Paperback - 1974 Reprint - 1966 - from bookarrest and

The Green Brain

by Herbert, Frank

Condition: Very Good

New York: Ace Books, 1966. Ace # 30263. The International Ecological Organization had to clear the jungles to make living room for an overpopulated world. But somehow those areas which had been completely cleared were being re-infested with voracious insects, despite the supposedly impenetrable barriers. 215 pages. CONDITION: A Very Good copy - bright, tight, and unmarked, with minimal shelf-wear, compromised only by a pair of light creases on the spine and a slight spine-lean. This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag. NOTE: This small item will be shipped, securely packed, with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders.. 1974 Reprint. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

The Green Brain (1966), initially published as Greenslaves, is a science fiction novel by Frank Herbert.


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