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Author: Dale Carlson
ISBN13: 978-0216897298
Title: Human Apes
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Language: English
Publisher: Blackie & Son (February 1974)
Pages: 160

Human Apes by Dale Carlson

Christa said: This is so 70's  . The whole Planet of the Apes thing was going on, you know? Clearly someone set out to write the most sci-fi book EVER. These aren't just TALKING apes, they're talking apemen who are thousands of years old who have mastered a form of supercomputers, are the lords of time, and travel through space.

Todd discovers the human apes, humans who have spent 6,000 camouflaged as gorillas, keeping civilization going underground. When Todd is invited to join them, he must make a decision about giving up his humanity. Stimulating and entertaining. PW"Idea is fascintating.

Just as young Michael found the secret of the liberation of mind from body and achieved guruhood in the Tibetan lamasery on the Mountain of Truth (1972), so anthropology student Todd Hamlin is diverted from his observations of African gorillas by his discovery of an enlightened race of ""human apes. Descended originally from Cro-Magnon man, the ape-like people had long ago discovered the secrets of immortality and genetic engineering and now plans to save its human brothers by teaching them to become ""disembodied minds that will be able t. .

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1935- ) US author who sometimes publishes her nonfiction as Dale Bick Carlson; her work is primarily designed for Young Adult audiences, like the Jenny Dean sequence of juvenile mysteries beginning with The Mystery of the Shining Children (1983) and ending with The Secret of the Invisible City (1984).