The Still, Small Voice of Trumpets
London, United Kingdom, Rapp & Whiting. 1969, First Edition. Hard Cover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First UK Edition. Lloyd Biggle, Jr. is one of the old-time masters of science fiction, with a long string of best-selling novels in the 1960s and 1970s. "Interplanetary agent Jef Forzon's mission was to touch off a democratic revolution among the oppressed and brutalized people of the planet Kurr. The ruler of Kurr, King Rovva, had so brilliantly controlled his people, through a mixture of torture and kindness, that few were ready to follow young Forzon, and many were ready to betray him.Alone, with a price on his head, Forzon must find a means to "turn on" this music-loving people before it was too late." CONDITION Brown bds (clean and unworn) 189 pages. Bright and crisp with imperceptable spotting to end pages, eps slight toned. DJ has faint crease top front edge. Very Good/Very Good.
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