Behind the Walls of Terra

Behind the Walls of Terra

Paul Janus Finnegan was called Kickaha on the artificial universes created by that always fueding super-race known as the Lords. Though he was a mortal Earthman, he had managed to survive every intrigue, war, test and opponent they could devise.

But it was when he found his way back to his own world that Kickaha faced the greatest dangers of his adventure-filled career. For he knew the secrets of the powers that moved the cosmos, and this made him a threat -- a target of the terrible hidden forces contending for this very universe.

Title:Behind the Walls of Terra
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780441053575
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    Behind the Walls of Terra Reviews

  • Evgeny

    A simple guy Paul Janus Finnegan found a way to another (artificially created) universe where he felt quite comfortable, was adopted by descendants of Native Americans who called him Kickaha, or Trick...

  • Jim

    Not a bad read, but there were a few more issues with the story line, but again nothing major. Kickaha is the hero of the story, which is neat. I've wanted to see more of him since the first book & no...

  • Metaphorosis

    Metaphorosis Reviews2 starsSummary:Still on the search for Jadawin-Wolff and the last of the Black Bellers, Kickaha and Anana find themselves on Earth. Kickaha learns surprising things about the world...

  • Geldar

    Perhaps it's necessary to read the earlier books to enjoy this one? If so, we made a mistake in picking this up first, though I still can't really imagine getting that excited about it even if I under...

  • Isen

    I remember this being the nadir of the series. I hope I'm right.Most of the story takes place on Earth. As a result, even more than the preceding book, this one is focused on action. Kikaha drives car...

  • Sean Meriwether

    I enjoyed the To Your Scattered Bodies Go and Riverworld series, and hoped to find an imaginative story for some enjoyable summer reading. I read this book without the context of the first novel, but ...

  • Tom Britz

    This is book four of Farmer's World of Tiers series, and easily the best one so far. The action in this one was nearly non-stop and the plot-line was at least comprehensible. The first three books of ...

  • Robert

    PJ Farmer is underrated, or underknown, or both. This book was both a mind-stretcher and yet familiar. Plain old shoot-em-up, escape and evasion, intergalactic bad guy chasing is mixed with a Hermann ...

  • Jim Wohlfarth

    fun and quick read with very interesting ideas about the world....

  • Erin

    Aimless. What a waste of an interesting concept....