Pocketbok DAW Books. 1 uppl. 1977. 175 s. Pocket.
Gott skick. Amazon-recensioner: "It's one of the best sci-fi books i've read, dealing with the human problems of who and what you are, and most of all, the meaning of life and it's purpose. It's also a sad story (and of course, coming from Lee, romantic)." "This is one of Lee's shortest novels, but perhaps the most original, which is saying a lot. Instead of mythic fantasy, this one's set in the distant future. The exploration of human feelings and development is brilliant. It does remind me of Moorcock's /End of Time/ series, another favorite of mine".