Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels. Scott Michel's "Journey into Limbo" is our 12th entry into our "Lost World-Lost Race" series. The newspaper headlines shouted it out in big bold letters-the Sea Queen was gone, lost at sea. But unknown to the rest of the world there were survivors-two of them: a notorious call-girl and a prominent psychiatrist. Together they went on to discover a terrifying secret on a forgotten tropical island paradise. What happened to these two castaways and what events took place on that mysterious island on which they sought sanctuary is a chilling drama of human conflict and macabre adventure. Like William Goulding's "Lord of the Flies," Scott Michel's compelling novel, "Journey into Limbo" tells of a struggle for survival in a strange, barbaric world. It is a tale of fantasy-but only in the setting. The human passions-the violence, the love, the lust, the desperation-all are terrifyingly real.