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Golden Dream

by Ardath Mayhar

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It takes a little bit to catch on to what's happening - but this is that story that explains how a species native to a planet can be in an economic crises because there is only ONE creature that gives them an essential nutrient - and the entire race is dying out.

In Golden Dream we learn WHY the Fuzzies were facing these problems, what they thought of the Big Ones who came to them in their time of need - and just generally fun reading. ( )
  dragonasbreath | Nov 3, 2011 |
Mayhar did a great job of adding to the Fuzzy stories. Could hardly tell that it was not Piper. Gave a great story of where the Fuzzy's came from and what they were. ( )
  Rhohanin61 | Dec 31, 1969 |
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Whelan, MichaelCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed

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Epigraph
Round and round
run the Gashta
Small ones,
Big ones,
Golden ones,
and the pale-furred ones.

We laugh and push,
Tripping and scrambling.
When we play hide-and-find
we are happy.
But we must be cautions
or we may die...
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To H. Beam Piper and William Tuning without whom this book would have been nonexistent.
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Breaks-Twigs (Etza-T'ra in his own Gashta tongue) clibed into the feather tree, found a comfortable spot, and settled himself to his task of watching the young ones.
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This story is a prequel - an introduction to where the Fuzzy Saphiens came from and how they found themselves in such dire straits in Little Fuzzy.
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In their hidden valley high in the mountains of hte planet Zarathustra lived the golden creatures who called themselves the "Gashta," but were known to man as "Fuzzies."

Here is the story of their ancient culture, and of how they encountered the invaders who called themselves "Human beings."
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