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To The Vanishing Point. 1988 To The Vanishing Point
by Alan Dean Foster
First Edition 1988.
Warner Books.
New York.
ISBN 0446513385.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by Gary Ruddell.
310 pages.
Price: $15.95.

Notes
A standalone novel.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the second printing of the 1989 Orbit paperback edition, ISBN 0747404267. Cover illustrator unknown.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
DRIVING ON A LONG TRIP WITH TWO WHINING KIDS IN THE BACK SEAT IS HELL – WHO NEEDS MORE?

The Sonderbergs get more – a lot more. En route to Las Vegas, they pick up a beautiful hitchhiker called Mouse. Strangely-clad and made-up, she sings like an angel, claims to be 4000 years old, and is on her way to save the dying and threatened Spinner of the fabric of existence. To get to him she must reach the universe’s Vanishing Point on the cosmic road — which happens to be U.S. Interstate 40...

Suddenly the Sonderbergs are battling down a highway leading to fantastic worlds, gruesome futures, pangalactic diners, and impossible voids of If. The fate of the universe rests on Mouse’s mission, and if the Sonderbergs forsake her, they will never reach the Vanishing Point — or get on the road hack home...

'A great vehicle for a "Vacation in Hell"'
Locus

'Entertaining and intriguing'
Publishers Weekly

 
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