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As the Green Star Rises As The Green Star Rises Is The Fourth Novel In The Green Star Saga

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    DAW Collectors 138Cover Artist Roy KrenkelName Carter, Linwood Vrooman, Birthplace St Petersburg, Florida, USA, 09 June 1930 07 February 1988 Alternate Names Corporal Lin Carter, L Carter, Lin wood Carter, H P Lowcraft, Grail Undwin.Has there ever been a situation such as befell the Earthling who found his way to the world under the Green Star For while his read body lay crippled and sile

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    As The Green Star Rises is the fourth and penultimate volume of Lin Carter s aptly named Green Star series My standard disclaimer is to steer you away from this as a starting point for the books You can t come in at this point in the tale without extensive knowledge of what has come before You can catch up on my reviews of the previous volumes here here finally here As The Green Star Rises is

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    2.5 Originally posted at FanLit.http www.fantasyliterature.com reviI picked up As the Green Star Rises, fourth in the five book GREEN STAR series by Lin Carter, only because it was cheap at Audible The last book, By the Light of the Green Star, was mildly entertaining but I didn t feel compelled to go on At this point, probably nobody is reading further in this review, but for the sake of a sense

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    Nice SiFi series If you are a fan of the John Carter Planetary Romance or Swords and Planets if you prefer that category title style stories then you will enjoy this one as well Good enjoyable quick read Recommended

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    At best, Lin Carter was an uneven writer, and even having read an unreasonably large quantity of it, I can t say if this is because of a short attention span or because the minimum level of diligence was sufficient to fulfill the task at hand This series is evidence that he was capable of producing better than his usual Faint praise, perhaps, but there it is.Unfortunately this book felt like it was batti

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    Number 4 in the series The Green Star books was Lin Carter s best series in my opinion Good action and, although there are a lot of similarities to ERB s work, I thought Carter achieved some pretty good originality here.

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    Fun fluff

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    Light reading is my favorite thing to do over the summer, and I have enjoyed Lin Carter s homage to Edgar Rice Burroughs known as The Green Star Saga This is the 4th book in the series and it certainly delivers, continuing the story in ERB s style Not like a rip off, but like an actual homage, which is nice This book does pick up where 3 left off, so it really helps to have read the preceding novels, but there is a

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    It s the weakest one yet Everything is very shoe horned together It almost gets fun at a few points but it s a disappointment overall.

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    Fourth entry into Lin Carter s Green Star series, which is a fun planetary romance Lots of interesting adventures to be found, as our band of heroes, led by Karn, battles various menaces and has lots of exciting escapes and scrapes.Lots of this one take place on what is apparently the only ocean on the Green Star world, so naturally there are pirates and galley slaves and uprisings and princesses in peril and brave men forc

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About the Author: Lin Carter

Linwood Vrooman Carter was an American author of science fiction and fantasy, as well as an editor and critic He usually wrote as Lin Carter known pseudonyms include H P Lowcraft for an H P Lovecraft parody and Grail Undwin.Carter had a marked tendency toward self promotion in his work, frequently citing his own writings in his nonfiction to illustrate points and almost always including at least one of his own pieces in the anthologies he edited The most extreme instance is his novel Lankar of Callisto, which features Carter himself as the protagonist.As an author, he was a member of the all male literary banqueting club the Trap Door Spiders, which served as the basis of Isaac Asimov s fictional group of mystery solvers the Black Widowers Carter himself was the model for the Mario Gonzalo character He was also a member of the Swordsmen and Sorcerers Guild of America SAGA , a loose knit group of Heroic fantasy authors founded in the 1960s, some of whose work he anthologized in the Flashing Swords series Carter is most closely associated with fellow author L Sprague de Camp, who served as a mentor and collaborator and was a fellow member of both the Trap Door Spiders and SAGA.Carter served in Korea, after which he attended Columbia University He was a copywriter for some years before writing full time Carter resided in East Orange, New Jersey, in his later years, and drank and smoked heavily It may have been his smoking that gave him oral cancer in 1985 Only his status as a Korean War veteran enabled him to receive extensive surgery However, it failed to cure the cancer and left him disfigured.In the last year before his death, he had begun to reappear in print with a new book in his Terra Magica series, a long promised Prince Zarkon pulp hero pastiche, Horror Wears Blue, and a regular column for the magazine Crypt of Cthulhu 5 Despite these successes, Carter increased his alcohol intake, becoming a borderline alcoholic and further weakening his body His cancer resurfaced, spreading to his throat and leading to his death in Montclair, New Jersey, in 1988.