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 intrigu

  • Title: Behind the Walls of Terra
  • Author: Philip José Farmer
  • ISBN: 9780441053575
  • Page: 221
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  • 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 ForPaul 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.

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    1. Philip José Farmer

      Philip Jos Farmer was an American author, principally known for his science fiction and fantasy novels and short stories He was born in Terre Haute, Indiana, but spent much of his life in Peoria, Illinois.Farmer is best known for his Riverworld series and the earlier World of Tiers series He is noted for his use of sexual and religious themes in his work, his fascination for and reworking of the lore of legendary pulp heroes, and occasional tongue in cheek pseudonymous works written as if by fictional characters.

    733 thoughts on “Behind the Walls of Terra”

    1. 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 Trickster. In the previous book he defended his new world successfully and practically single-handed beating the crap of everybody. Unfortunately a tiny little problem requiring immediate attention remained and as a result Paul Janus Finnegan had to come back to Earth after a very long absence. From the [...]


    2. 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 & now I'm getting to see plenty of him. As part of the series, it's great, but one of the outstanding features is that it could stand alone without a problem. Usually the issue with such books is too much background info on the series, but that isn't a problem here. Just enough information is given [...]


    3. 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 he grew up on, and both find themselves quickly at odds with Earth’s lord, Red Orc.Review:Farmer brings the action to Earth in this book. It’s unfortunate, because the lack of other-worldly settings exposes the weakness of the prose. Happily, Farmer manages a stronger grip on the characters in [...]



    4. Behind the Walls of Terra, Philip José Farmer 9/1/15 -1/9/16 (4 sessions over 130 days ≈147 pages)I'm sorry Philip, you caught me during a “hover over the stars award period” for me, and that means, “I liked it” 3 stars. You know it is 5 star work so we won't worry what I think. Because you are Philip Jose Farmer and because you did write some Doc Savage novels and because you started this novel with enough backstory that it could be a stand alone novel, that's 5 stars in my book. But [...]


    5. La Saga des Hommes-Dieux présente une vision à la fois classique et loufouque de l'Héroïque Fantasy brassée de faux éléments de science-fiction (portails intermondes, fusils futuristes). Philip José Farmer utilise une construction narrative simple et répétitive, basée sur un héros qui : 1. Prend connaissance de son environnement2. Repère le danger3. Élabore une tactique pour vaincre ou fuir le danger4. Exécute sa tactique5. Parvient à vaincre ou à fuire le danger6. Se repose et [...]


    6. La saga migliora di libro in libroDevo dire che sono rimasto piacevolmente sorpreso da questo libro. Ad esser sinceri, la saga dei Fabbricanti di Universi comincia abbastanza male, con il primo libro un po' troppo scontato e il secondo decisamente brutto (imho).Poi però già del terzo libro comincia a migliorare sensibilmente. Questo capitolo è molto intrigante, con un'ambientazione a metà tra il poliziesco e il thriller. Fuggiti dal mondo dei Livelli, i protagonisti Anana e Kickaha si ritrov [...]


    7. Started just a bit last night after finishing #3. Will get more into it tonight after work.I stayed up a bit late last night getting into this. Pretty much picks up where the previous book left off only now we're back on Earth and things look more familiar. I like that! The author's reaction to the bikers and the hippies is amusingly curmudgeonistic. The words he puts in their mouths are ridiculously stilted but I guess that can be tolerated. Finished last night after staying up too late - again [...]


    8. Messy, yet fun. This book had one of the funniest typos I’ve ever seen. P. 97: “He purchased a package of gun and chewed all the sticks until he had a big ball of gun.” There were lots of other typos too. The book was also strange because it didn’t have any chapter breaks, nor any double spaces between certain paragraphs to indicate a new section. The book was written in 1970, but there were a lot of times that I thought it was a bad imitation of that time period. I had hoped that having [...]


    9. Love PJ. 2D characters, buxom girls, so why is it appealing? Seeing parallels between the science in this and Dan Simmons Hyperion series, with multiple worlds connected by gates. Why do (a lot of) the best sci-fi writers come from California?*****Read it again. I really should get some new PJF. This time I'm reminded a little of Harry Harrison, his chiselled jawed super strong heroes who assess all the options and decide instantly. Woody Allen they ain't.


    10. Not as good as the volumes that went before (but how many series do hold up that well over 4 or more volumes). Still action, and so on, but not so well written (I suppose). We discover that Earth is also part of a so called "pocket Universe" made another one of the Alien "Lords" (Red Orc). Not so good, some "re-dos" and so on3 for the "fun value".


    11. Wolff returns from his entrapment only to encounter the Bellers and then flee to Earth persued by a Beller. Kikkaha follows and attempts to locate them both.


    12. Philip Jose Farmer is one of my top 5 favorite writers. This is an excellent blend of fantasy and SiFi. A superb series. Very recommended



    13. I presume he went senile or developed an addiction after World of Tiers #3. Read the first three, and then read no further. WTF.





    14. It's like a bad b movie where the hero is perfect and so is his girl and every villain is super bad but easily defested. yawn.





    15. I keep starting this, and then stopping it. I get to the part with the bus of hippies, and it just reads so differently from the previous book. I need to finish the series!


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