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Ursus of Ultima Thule (edition 1973)
Ursus of Ultima Thule by Avram Davidson
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The Bear Swarthy, hairy, ostracized by others of his tribe, Arnten set off to lead a life of proud an lonely independence in his primitive world of Thule--Ultima Thule--where med huddled in animal skins against the arctic cold, and used crude clubs and spears to kill the giant prehistoric animals that roamed the land. But Arnten--"The Bear"--was quicker of body and sharper of mind than his fellow men, and he had a special destiny: a path beset with mortal dangers and evil witchery which he must overcome, to save himself, his world, his woman, and o conquer the evil one whom they called "The Wolf." Rich with weird beauty, mystery, and magic--by one of the most highly acclaimed masters of epic fantasy."Fast-moving, thrilling, believable science fiction . . . has done it beautifully . . . this is the best [SF novel] Ace has had in a long time" -- P. Schuyler Miller, Analog, July 1966 Nominated for the 1965 Nebula Award for Best Science-Fiction Novel
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