A Lord from Planet Earth (Russian: Лорд с планеты Земля) — trilogy of science-fiction novels by Russian writer Sergey Lukyanenko. While the predominant genre is science-fiction, the novels also include some elements of the fantasy genre. Only available in Russian language.
The trilogy consists of the following novels:
- A Princess Is Worth Death (Russian: Принцесса стоит смерти)
- The Planet which Doesn't Exist (Russian: Планета, которой нет)
- Glass Sea (Russian: Стеклянное море)
The initial draft of the first novel was written in the fantasy genre; however, Lukyanenko then decided that the science-fiction version was better. The fantasy draft was subsequently lost, possibly by one of the publishers.
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