A semi-pastoral immortality fantasy which tells of Enoch Wallace, now 140 looking 30 (time today) who lives in a corner of...

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A semi-pastoral immortality fantasy which tells of Enoch Wallace, now 140 looking 30 (time today) who lives in a corner of Wisconsin where he operates a way station for star-travelers. He passes the time in talking with them--and a chummy bunch they are--all full of galactic information until the outside world threatens to delete this outpost and threatens man's survival... An astrologue with steller qualities.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963