The Defiant Agents (Time Traders Series #3)

The Defiant Agents (Time Traders Series #3)

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by Andre Norton
     
 

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The star traveling secrets brought back by time travellers have been unravelled, and both the Americans and the Russians are intent upon colonizing new worlds. A unique method of adapting effete Earthlings to frontier worlds is being used: the colonists are hypnotically regressed to the mentality of their fierce ancestors. Thus, on Topaz, we find a band of Apaches…  See more details below

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The star traveling secrets brought back by time travellers have been unravelled, and both the Americans and the Russians are intent upon colonizing new worlds. A unique method of adapting effete Earthlings to frontier worlds is being used: the colonists are hypnotically regressed to the mentality of their fierce ancestors. Thus, on Topaz, we find a band of Apaches representing the West and a horde of Mongols sent by the East.

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ISBN-13:
2940000101759
Publisher:
Renaissance E Books
Publication date:
08/08/2006
Series:
Time Traders Series , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
452 KB

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marjshep More than 1 year ago
I thought the plot was good . I think it might appeal to a younger reader more The idea of sending "agents" to colonize new worlds during political upheaval on earth wwhile they are pretty much in hypnotic sleep works I like the way the characters dealt with their new surroundings I was ho ping for some scenes back on earth as to what's happening with the agents countries since the mission started All in all I enjoyed it Would probably read another by this author