|Ace Double paperback, 1970. Cover art by Josh Kirby.|
"They slithered and twittered and jangled, for they were not men. There was only one man - Jarcal - and he was the last of his kind.
The advancing vacuum of the voids had sucked Jarcal's worlds into nothingness. But the aliens around him denied its existence; they gibbered inanely when questioned. And then, when Jarcal was discovered to be possessed, they most happily cast him out.
But if Jarcal was possessed, he was also chosen. For the red dancing slippers of the gods led him through a mission to Armageddon...."
|Ace Double paperback, 1970. Cover art by Jack Gaughan.|
"What! A science fiction novel about science fiction fans? And why not?
Or - like it says in this novel:
"Do you really think science fiction fans could save this planet? Could understand this situation and save it?" "I most certainly do," she says. "Who else?"
Who else, indeed? Not since Frederic Brown's "What Mad Universe" has there been a novel like this."