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Fuzzy Bones

(1981)
(A book in the Fuzzies series)
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Decent men everywhere rejoiced in the Pendarvis Decision, which declared the species Fuzzy sapiens to be a sentient race entitled to all the rights and privileges of man. But of course that was only the beginning. Men had a long way to go before they would get over the habit of thinking of Fuzzies as adorable pets and begin to accept them as equals in the universe. The study of Fuzzies as a species had begun immediately, and some puzzling questions emerged: Where did Puzzles come from? What was their anthropology? Why did they seem such oddities, in many small but significant biological ways, on the planet where men found them? The answers that began to appear were startling- and potentially dangerous to the Fuzzies and to all who cared about them. H. BEAM PIPER ENDEARED HIMSELF TO MILLIONS OF READERS WITH LITTLE FUZZY AND FUZZY SAPIENS. NOW, AT LAST, THE STORY CONTINUES. WILLIAM TUNING HAS MADE AN EXHAUSTIVE STUDY OF PIPER'S CREATION, AND HAS HIMSELF CREATED A LABOR OF LOVE, A TRIBUTE TO ALL THAT PIPER STOOD FOR: FUZZY BONES

Genre: Science Fiction

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June 1982 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: Fuzzy Bones
Author(s): William Tuning
ISBN: 0-441-26182-5 / 978-0-441-26182-6 (USA edition)
Publisher: Ace
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December 1981 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: Fuzzy Bones
Author(s): William Tuning
ISBN: 0-441-26181-7 / 978-0-441-26181-9 (USA edition)
Publisher: Ace
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   Amazon CA