By E. C. Tubb
In keeping with the preferred and vintage technological know-how fiction tv sequence area: 1999. house: 1999 Alien Seed is an unique tale novel written by means of recognized and acclaimed British writer E.C. Tubb.
Space: 1999, created through Gerry Anderson, used to be first broadcast all over the world on tv in 1975 and remains to be in syndication this day. The sequence the exploits of a gaggle of guys and girls from Moonbase Alpha, in response to the Earth's moon, that's hurled throughout the a ways reaches of outer area following the results of a nuclear explosion. The forty eight episode sequence featured Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Barry Morse, and groundbreaking lighting tricks.
Space: 1999 Alien Seed is a fast paced, event novel that's bound to please fans of the tv sequence, enthusiasts of E.C. Tubb's paintings, and technology fiction readers typically.
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There ought to be, there had to be, more to him than this, a naked wading body with an aching, almost empty head, laboring under a burden of fear and rage, a terror that wanted to hit back with murderous fury. Damn the Giant! Could a man's whole self be erased by one medium-hard knock on the head? Turning his back again on the empty, darkening east, he kept on trudging shoreward in the gentle surf. He was praying now, to every god and goddess he could think of, that his memories, his vanished life, would suddenly come back to him—and it had better happen soon.
His hair and beard were still slowly dripping seawater. " It was the large and hearty Meleager who volunteered to take him in charge. His new guide led Proteus to the ship, which rested tilted sideways on its rounded hull. Avoiding the large steering oar that projected from the stern, the Argonaut climbed up into the portside outrigger. The bottoms of both outriggers had been solidly planked, to afford sitting and standing space for the outboard banks of rowers, creating what was, in effect a triple hull.
Then Bithnyia, where King Amycus brutally held power—and everyone who had ever heard of Amycus knew what a problem any visitor there was likely to encounter. Proteus had not heard of Amycus, or could not remember if he had; and apparently he was not going to be enlightened for a while yet. Young Phrontis, warming to his role of guide, was beginning to be breathless with excitement. After Bithnyia, he said, there were the filthy and odious Harpies that they would have to deal with, and after them the Clashing Rocks .
Alien Seed (Space: 1999, Book 7) by E. C. Tubb