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Coney, Michael G.
This alien planet had its oddities, like water-goblins, its curious furry lorin, its thickening water, and unearthly tides. For a young man like Alika-Drove these oddities were the norm. But this vacation to Pallahaxi was to be different, for the planet Rax coming into ascendant, and Rax was the equivalent of evil, of Satan and Hell. As its time drew near everything began to get warped and sinister - until for Alika-Drove it would be either the end of his innocence or the end of his world forever.
This book has 3 different titles, depending on where it was sold: the original British hardcover was Hello Summer, Goodbye (Golancz - June 1975, and reprints); Rax for the American paperback (November 1975, and also a 1977 French edition); and Pallahaxi Tide for Canadian editions (1990.)
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