Human Spirit, Beetle Spirit

A Tale of the Riverworld

John Gregory Betancourt (Author), Philip Jose Farmer (Contributions by)

Revival on the banks of the River was not limited to white Anglo Saxons. This tale reinterprets the Riverworld resurrection through the eyes of a tribe of primitive people, whose beliefs and superstitions blend marvelously with what has happened to them. This tale was singled out by Science Fiction Chronicle for praise as a worthwhile addition to the Riverworld canon. This story, like “The Merry Men of Riverworld,” was written with Philip Jose Farmer’s permission.

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