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Continue shopping. Item s unavailable for purchase. If you are looking for a great entry point into Martin's other writings, why not start with his first novel? Released in , Dying of the Light takes place on a far-away planet that served as host of what can most accurately be called a galactic world's fair. Only now the planet is nearly abandoned, as it is slowly but surely drifting into the nothingness of space. It is here where a complex narrative of love and betrayal, honor and sacrifice plays out, as one man journeys to the planet with the hope of winning back the love of his life. In true George R.
Martin fashion, it's a tale that is at times both heroic and profoundly sad. Don't expect a happy ending. An exceptionally tall bald, very pale, overweight, phlegmatic, cat-loving vegetarian. That would be Tuf, the main character of a number of Martin's sci-fi short stories. Tuf is the owner of a seedship called the Ark, a massive, space-faring vessel with advanced ecological abilities that also serves as a home to a number of exotic alien lifeforms from across the galaxy.
Tuf travels from planet to planet offering his various environmental services But he always has an agenda, caring more often about the well-being of the animals and the environment than the interests of his clients. Turns out that the vast majority of galactic environmental problems are not caused by Mother Nature, but by the greed, stupidity and ignorance of the sentient races that call the planet's home.
Tuf looks to teach them the error of their ways, whether they like it or not. Tuf's adventures are every bit as relevant today as when they were written, making these a must-read for any Martin fan.