Re: [OT] Re: [adam: Re: Fed up by Lazarus Long ...]
Well, you got all of the "Continuing Adventures of LL" except "The Cat Who
Walked Through Walls", but you missed the original story.
Lazarus Long first appeared in "Methusela's Children", along with many
other long lived characters from "The Families". I've enjoyed them all,
with the exception of "Number of the Beast" which was one big cop out.
Back to painting ;-)
On 11 Apr 2000, Stephen Zander wrote:
> >>>>> "Matthias" == Matthias Berse <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Matthias> forgive my ignorance, but what's that book you guys talk
> Matthias> about all the time? Never heard of that and I'm getting
> Matthias> curious about it.
> Heinlein, Robert A., 'To Sail Into the Sunset', ISBN 0-7474-0081-4.
> For an understanding of the Time Police (and 'The World as Myth'), see:
> Heinlein, Robert A., 'The Number of the Beast', ISBN 0-450-04675-3.
> For an understanding of Woodrow Wilson Smith (aka Larazus Long), see:
> Heinlein, Robert A., 'Time Enough for Love', ISBN 0-450-02243-9.
> Those ISBN may not refer to in-print edditions.
> "A duck!"
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