The Winds of Time
by James H. Schmitz
Number of pages: 164
Star ships, aliens from the future, time travel, romance, cannibalism, pet humans and mute-but-brilliant aliens ... and, of course, it's got a hero who solves every problem by being smarter and trickier and better-prepared than we'd ever imagine being.
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