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Genius Unlimited by John T. Phillifent (DAW)

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Aug 17th, 2021. Artwork published in .
    Genius Unlimited by John T. Phillifent (DAW)
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    If you had a high IQ, a yen to do the science-thing in your own way, then Iskola was your place. Iskola was an island on the colony planet Martas, and it was owned & controlled by the man who had led the colonists. To qualify for Iskola, besides talent, you needed something else – you had to mind your own business about the other experimenters and the rest of the world. Which sounded wonderful for certain kinds of mental wizards and do-it-yourself idealists. And was also quite perfect for another sharp-eyed type. The kind that perfected villainy to a complex science. That is where Interstellar Agents Rex Sixx and Roger Lowry came into the picture. Because something very, very evil was coming to a boil in Utopia.

    Genius Unlimited is the first novel in the Interstellar Security series by John T. Phillifent (1916–1976). It was published as DAW Book #16 in 1972, with cover art by Jack Gaughan.

    Yagi Bold is the solid version of Yagi Link Double, designed by Teruoki Yagi in the late 1960s. It’s here used with some of its alternate forms that allow for linked pairs, like EN or NL.

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