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   Five Roads to Tlen, by William J. Lambert III  
  Novel, first publication in 1970
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      An atheist, La Mar is gay, young, attractive, and well endowed. Also a space traveler, he's journeyed far and wide, through more than one galaxy, including his own, to find a good time.

    Merely an accident when he briefly meets up with Phal (from Asteroid Hellencia) and is told of the upcoming festivities on Planet Ten?

    Fate, destiny, Karma, juju, good luck or bad, when La Mar misunderstands Phal as directing him to the far-more-hard-to-reach Planet Tlen? La Mar biting off more than he can chew when the fabled five roads to Tlen take him
    not to any party, not to any much-anticipated second hook-up with Phal, but to five death-defying trials, one detour, and eventual inadvertent membership, as official Earth Deity, on the prestigious Tlenian Counsel?

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      Part of series  
  • Tlen (#1)

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