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CITY OF FORCE

Huge prisms, obelisks, cubes, cylinders, rhombohedrons, domes ,pyramids shimmered with glowing colors, corruscating essence, blinding radiance...

HERE WERE THE LORDS OF THE PSYCHON!

And Horror Day was fast approaching, the dreadful day when Earth was held inescapably in a grid of luminescent, evil energy, the day when Earth might be torn into another universe!

A little band of ragged men, the pitiful remnant of the Army and Navy of the United States was all that stood between this unimaginable fate and the Lords of the Psychon.

©1963 Daniel F. Galouye (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Good to hear this oldie!

Loved this book as a young teen when if first came out. Like it still now. This was one of three that I remember from my early SF days and searched for forever(!) Just recently got this (the last) of three, and now, even better, it comes out in audible. In spite of being that old it doesn't feel (very much) dated even.

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Quit before the end. What happened?

A bit monotonic. Would have been better to have a woman do the woman's parts. The voices of minds holding the structures together should have been entirely different from one another.