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Star Hunter

Andre Norton

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“Somewheres on the jungle world of Jumala, there was a man in hiding—a man whose mind had been reconditioned with another’s brain pattern and for whom there was a fabulous reward. Star Hunter is a thrill-packed account of that other-worldly game of hide-and-seek between a man who did not know all his own powers and an interstellar safari that sought something no man had a right to find….”

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .g as if he had been racing to outdistance the rising wind now pushing against his half-naked body.

What was he doing here? Where was here?

Panic, carried through from that awakening, dried his mouth, roughened his skin, made wet the palms of the hands he dug into the sand on either side of him. Vaguely, a picture projected into his mind—he had sat in a room, and[23] watched a man come to him with a cup. Before that, he had been in a place of garish light and evil smells.

But he was Rynch Brodie, he had come here on an L-B when he was a boy, he had buried the ship's officer under a pile of rocks, managed to survive by himself because he had applied the aids in the boat to learn how. This morning he had been hunting a strong-jaw, tempting it out of its hiding by a hook and line and a bait of fresh killed skipper.

Rynch's hands went to his face, he crouched forward on his knees. That all was true, he could prove it—he would pr. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Ugh, how to waste a great concept? Take something that should be a great reveal and spell it out at the very beginning. Then, keep reminding us of it every now and then. Give us characters we don't care about, with plenty of headhopping between them, made all the more confusing due to the chaotic st

Star Hunter was first published in 1961 as half of one of the wonderful Ace Double books, bound back-to-back and opposite in orientation to another Norton novel, The Beast Master. I believe I first read it while in grade school but didn't remember much about it at all, so I enjoyed revisiting by lis

It's Andre Norton, so you know what you're getting: exotic adventure, vintage sci-fi, rockets and ray guns. A short paperback (I think it was originally published serially or as part of a two-book paperback) that took about an hour to read. Norton always feels like the quiet master (Mistress?) of th

This was another fun Andre Norton adventure, but I didn't like it quite as much as some of the others. The ending was a little abrupt and could have been hinted at earlier, almost like she hadn't planned to end it that way when she started; that's probably not true, but that's what it felt like to m

Norton always give you a nice SiFi read. quick and easy but interesting. Recommended

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