Book Reviews of Still Forms on Foxfield

Still Forms on Foxfield
Still Forms on Foxfield
Author: Joan Slonczewski
ISBN-13: 9780380753284
ISBN-10: 0380753286
Publication Date: 11/1988
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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I found this story about Quakers on a planet isolated from an Earth they thought destroyed by war for over 100 ago, preachy and boring, never a good combination.

This is a first novel by an author who tends to do preachy but interesting stories.
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Fleeing the final war that would destroy Earth's civilization, a small group of Friends--Quakers--found refuge on the uncharted planet they named Foxfield. Somehow they managed to survive, with the aid of the bizarrely gifted native life-form, the Commensals--and, even more extraordinarily, they kept up the practice of their gentle but demanding beliefs. Then, after nearly a century of silence, Earth contacted them--human civilization had miraculously survived the war and had spread out to the stars, flourishing to an undreamed-of richness. And the Friends of Foxfield were a part of it--whether they agreed or not.