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by Don J. Fretland

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Don J. Fretland
Apollo; First Edition Presumed edition (1971)
252 pages
1869 kb
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It is interesting to note that some 35 years before the Brain Port was invented, a science fiction writer, Don J. Fretland, dreamed up the very same device and wrote about it in his novel, The Persimmon Sequence. It would be safe to assume that Isaiah was not less wise nor less prescient than Mr. Fretland. The question is only one of timing.

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The book is in good vintage condition, showing some normal, general wear. There is a noticeable crease on the front cover. Vintage Science Fiction Paperback, "The Persimmion Sequence" by Don J. Fretland, 1971. Free shipping eligible. The pages show minimal tanning, and remain perfectly readable. Shipping & returns.

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