science fiction, collection
Omnibus edition. Includes Nopalgarth (formerly titled The Brains of Earth), Son of the Tree and The Houses of Iszm, DAW Books, 1980.
Heres a special treat for Jack Vance's legion of readers! Three complete novels, long unavailable, back in print in one book!
The nopal came from outer space to take over the brains of humanity - and it took the thinking of another set of alien monsters to prepare a mental Armageddon!
SON OF THE TREE
The mighty tree of life ruled a world, dominated the sky, and held the power of life and death over millions of worshippers - until Joe Smith came along.
THE HOUSES OF ISZM
The best homes in the universe were grown from seeds genetically programmed on the planet lszm. The theft of just one such seed would be a prize worth billions!
Here's a triple treat by the award-winning author of the Demon Princes novels, the Tschai saga, and the Alastor series.
John Holbrook "Jack" Vance (1916–2013) was an American mystery, fantasy and science fiction writer. Though most of his work has been published as by Jack Vance, he also wrote 11 mystery novels using his full name John Holbrook Vance, three under the pseudonym Ellery Queen, and once each using the pseudonyms Alan Wade, Peter Held, John van See, and Jay Kavanse.
Vance won the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement in 1984 and he was a Guest of Honor at the 1992 World Science Fiction Convention in Orlando, Florida. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America made him its 14th Grand Master in 1997 and the Science Fiction Hall of Fame inducted him in 2001, its sixth class of two deceased and two living writers.