In her debut publication, Marion Zimmer Bradley lays the foundation that would make her one of the most unique and enduring science fiction voices over the decades that followed: blood feuds, catpeople, red suns, chained women, riveting adventure, and mounting suspense all color the proceedings. Actor Jim Roberts lends adroit efficiency to this fast-paced fantasy, performing with an economical immediacy that matches the action-packed clip of Bradley’s pulp parable. Set against a backdrop of social turmoil on the planet Wolf, The Door Through Space follows Race Cargill, an intelligence agent who must avenge the abuse visited on his sister by her violent husband.
Marion Zimmer Bradley was one of my favorite authors when I was younger but somehow I missed this one.
Good yarn. In my opinion, the reader did a very good job. Don't really understand why he was trashed so badly but another reviewer.
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The story went nowhere, barely any character development. Completely bland not worth buying.
The narrator sucks! He has no emotion I had no idea when he was changing paragraphs! A love scene had the same emotion as a fight scene. Common if you're going to read fiction use some emotion! Stick to your day job selling hot dogs on the corner.
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