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Men of the Morning Star and Planet for Plunder
     

Men of the Morning Star and Planet for Plunder

by Edmond Hamilton, Hal Clement, Sam Merwin Jr.
 
Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback editions of classic science fiction double novels. The first novel, "Men of the Morning Star" is an other-worldly thriller by sci-fi master, Edmond Hamilton. Who were these strange other-worldly creatures-and what was the mysterious secret of their shadow world in the vast depths of an alien ocean? Kerrick would try to

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Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback editions of classic science fiction double novels. The first novel, "Men of the Morning Star" is an other-worldly thriller by sci-fi master, Edmond Hamilton. Who were these strange other-worldly creatures-and what was the mysterious secret of their shadow world in the vast depths of an alien ocean? Kerrick would try to find the answers and more-even if it ultimately led to his death! Edmond Hamilton was one of the best known writers in the field of science fiction during the talent-rich 20th Century. "Men of the Morning Star" is another one of his "buckle-your-seatbelts" interplanetary joy rides. The second novel, "Planet for Plunder" is by two noted Sci-fi veterans, Hal Clement and Sam Merwin, Jr. There was an alien spaceship over the Earth. The alien's mission was grim, purposeful and scientific. When a giant poacher ship was seen hovering over the Earth, the alien put his own ship on an intercept course. His mission...to stop the poachers from despoiling the planet. However, he was too late. When he arrived the poacher was gone-but what was this strange race of oxygen-dependent creatures on the surface of the planet? It was only natural that he should mistake men for machines and machines for men. Earth's terrible predicament was not of his making, but if left unchecked, it could destroy mankind.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612870182
Publisher:
Armchair Fiction & Music
Publication date:
04/06/2011
Pages:
218
Sales rank:
871,562
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)
Age Range:
11 Years

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