Star of Danger

Star of Danger







First published in 1965, Star of Danger is a work that stands as a foundation for the bestselling Darkover series, introducing many loyal fans to this wonderful, mysterious world. Two natives of Darkover are forced to combine Darkover matrix magic wi...


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  • mark monday

    an entry in the Darkover cycle. pleasantly enjoyable overall, but also slim and rather forgettable. this one concerns Larry Montray, Terran, and his teen adventures on the wintry, semi-barbaric world ...

  • MargaretDH

    I'm working my way through the Darkover series in publication order, and I've enjoyed this instalment most so far. That being said, this is extremely pulpy scifi/fantasy from the sixties, and I'm sure...

  • Miriam

    MZB does the Boys' Adventure Story much better than one would expect....

  • Valerie

    I have two editions of this book, which is one of the earliest Darkover Books written, and was rewritten in a later edition, to bring it more in line with the series as it developed.The rewriting is n...

  • David Pappas

    Can probably sum this up in one word. Boring.This juvenile blather must be targeted for some other audience other than me although I can't imagine what audience that may be. Have never been a big fan ...

  • Judey

    This is the first Darkover book I read.As the story unfolded I rather quickly guessed the 'hook' in the plot, although I was fooled at the way it unfolded.(I had guessed a space Prince and the Pauper ...

  • Jennifer

    I continue my adult return to my teenage home planet of Darkover. Reading by publication date rather than Darkoven chronology... This episode is The story of the beginning of the friendship of Kennard...

  • Hilary

    More boys-adventure with a fantasy setting, it's a refreshing change. Kennard Alton and Larry Montray begin forging a bond between Darkover and Terra, but the path to change is not always easy....

  • Carole-Ann

    I have an Arrow Books Ltd edition from 1978...

  • Jason R. Gross

    Not a half bad story still a boring story of two boys wandering around in the world of darkover but still better than the bloody sun....