By Harry Harrison
In Starworld, the ultimate novel within the trilogy, an interstellar uprising has overthrown the Earth Empire's keep watch over over the interstellar colonies. Kulozik returns to Earth from exile to aim to unfold the revolution to the mum planet itself.
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