Gordon Ash on a perilous journey to investigate an alien spaceship wrecked in the age of the Folsom man. Just when it seems their mission is nearly accomplished, the ship, whose automatic controls had been set by aliens and aimed at another world thousands of years ago in time, takes off. Thus begins a fantastic and dangerous adventure into outer space that, before it is over, challenges the courage and ingenuity of each man in turn. Readers of this fantastic, but credible, adventure in new dimensions in time and space will find it as satisfying as its companion book, The Time Traders. Gordon Ashe, time agents, in attempting the transfer, intact, of an alien ship through 20, years to present. Inadvertently, controls are activated and the group is launched on an involuntary galactic tour.
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Haw haw. Especially grim "fun" since this series of books takes place in the 21st century. There are comparatively few ways I feel the world is better now than in Look at the food we eat, how much of our budget is eaten by the simple act of eating a healthy diet and sleeping indoors.
No matter. Ashe to alien worlds, escaping the stinky, hazardous alien monsters, using their McGyver-esque sense of engineering solutions to problems their entire species has never faced!
And doing it without so much as batting a racist eyelash. With special reference to a ride in the globe that takes the men to the alien worlds, since it has those uberspiffing bunks with the magical heal-all jelly!! Blow yourself to a nostalgic trip back to the future. I hadnt thought of them in years. I downloaded a few from Amazon. Thanks for the reminder, it will be a little nostalgia I read these books as a kid. Thanks for the reminder, it will be a little nostalgia during quarantine.
Thanks for the reminder, it will be a little Ed wrote: "I read these books as a kid. As a youngster, I struggled with reading and reading comprehension. It was so bad I hated school and always felt like a failure. Hence, I refused to even try because intentional failure was better than trying to succeed, only to fail every time.
I hated books. I hated reading. One day, I cut through a church parking lot where they were setting up a rummage sale for the weekend. I walked past a table full of paperback books with no interest. I happened to glance down and saw a book cover that stopped me in my tracks. A spaceship sat in front of an active volcano with cave men and a wholly mammoth in the foreground. It was priced twenty-five cents and I had a quarter in my pocket, earmarked for five candy bars to get me through the weekend.
Impulse took over, and I bought that book. When I got home, I regretted wasting my only money on a "stupid book. Through numerous stops and starts, I managed to read the entire novel by Sunday evening as I read about one fantastic alien world after another.
That was my first ever completed novel, but something wonderful happened. For the first time in my life, I knew I could read and comprehend. I went to the local library and checked out an armful of Andre Norton books. Soon, I was inhaling novels at a rate of two or three a week. School grades went from failing to straight As. I owe most of my accomplishments in life to her early influence.
Haw haw. Especially grim "fun" since this series of books takes place in the 21st century. There are comparatively few ways I feel the world is better now than in Look at the food we eat, how much of our budget is eaten by the simple act of eating a healthy diet and sleeping indoors. No matter.
ANDRE NORTON GALACTIC DERELICT PDF
Goltikasa Galactic Derelict Beyond that I was enjoying the first half of the book for the most part up until an annoyingly long section in which the main character forgot who he was and believed he was actually an inhabitant of the past because May 29, Andrew Spink rated it did not like it Shelves: I enjoyed his narration better. And someone or something unknown to our history is presenting them with te This omnibus edition includes: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Old Style Biblio ; I f you liked the way it was set up or just want to check it out. An interesting premise and a relatively quick read although now somewhat dated having been written in the late norgon. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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