Robert Silverberg - A Time of Changes

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On the planet Borthan, Kinnall Darival, prince of Salla, never doubted the self-effacing customs of his society, where the use of ‘I’, ‘me’ and ‘myself’ is considered foul obscenity. But... Read More

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On the planet Borthan, Kinnall Darival, prince of Salla, never doubted the self-effacing customs of his society, where the use of ‘I’, ‘me’ and ‘myself’ is considered foul obscenity. But one day, he meets the wandering Earthman Schweiz, who lures him along forbidden paths with a weird mind-expanding drug. This drug opens the minds of users to one another, and Kinnall realizes he must convert his people to the cardinal sin of self-baring. But treachery and envious ambition intervene, and Kinnall is forced to flee for his life…

Panther, 1975. Paperback.

The book is in good condition showing clear signs of previous ownership. Blemishes to include:- joints cracked or partially broken; bumped corners / spine; marked or torn pages; inscriptions or library stamps; dust jacket chipped or torn with some loss. Overall a little grubby.

This is a pre-owned, donated book.

Author: Robert Silverberg

On the planet Borthan, Kinnall Darival, prince of Salla, never doubted the self-effacing customs of his society, where the use of ‘I’, ‘me’ and ‘myself’ is considered foul obscenity. But one day, he meets the wandering Earthman Schweiz, who lures him along forbidden paths with a weird mind-expanding drug. This drug opens the minds of users to one another, and Kinnall realizes he must convert his people to the cardinal sin of self-baring. But treachery and envious ambition intervene, and Kinnall is forced to flee for his life…

Panther, 1975. Paperback.

The book is in good condition showing clear signs of previous ownership. Blemishes to include:- joints cracked or partially broken; bumped corners / spine; marked or torn pages; inscriptions or library stamps; dust jacket chipped or torn with some loss. Overall a little grubby.

This is a pre-owned, donated book.

Author: Robert Silverberg