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by John Rankine

  • Author: John Rankine
  • ISBN: 0213166003
  • ISBN13: 978-0213166007
  • ePub: 1459 kb | FB2: 1687 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd; 1st UK ed. edition (September 23, 1976)
  • Pages: 140
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 209
  • Format: lrf txt rtf mbr
Android Planet (Space 1999) ePub download

Lunar Attack (Space 1999 John Rankine. Mass Market Paperback. An original novel from the Space: 1999 series of books. A delight because it utilizes most of the characters in the television series and shows them at their best

Lunar Attack (Space 1999 John Rankine. A delight because it utilizes most of the characters in the television series and shows them at their best. The banter between Paul and Sandra is pleasing, just as you might expect when they aren't in Main: Mission working.

Android Planet (Space 1999) Hardcover – September 23, 1976. A delight because it utilizes most of the characters in the television series and shows them at their best

Android Planet (Space 1999) Hardcover – September 23, 1976. by. John Rankine (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 8 of 16 in the Space: 1999 Series.

This version of Android Planet by John Rankine is a re-release by the modern guardians of the Space 1999 universe, Powys Media.

Essef - Novelization no. 8 of the ATV spectacular television series. This version of Android Planet by John Rankine is a re-release by the modern guardians of the Space 1999 universe, Powys Media. Never having read this book when it was originally released (way back in the 70s) I was curious to read it-looking forward to it, actually. To start with, the writing is filled with euphemisms and comparisons that aren’t meaningful.

Android Planet by John Rankine (original novel). William Latham, author of Space: 1999 Omega and its sequel Space: 1999 Alpha, wrote a non-fiction book that detailed the conception, planning, and writing processes that went into the writing of the two novels. Tubb (original novel). Phoenix of Megaron by John Rankine (original novel - US only). It contains a foreword written by Mateo Latosa, the publisher at Powys Media, a small independent publishing company that published officially licensed novels and other works in the Space: 1999 series.

Used availability for John Rankine's Android Planet. September 1976 : UK Hardback. August 1976 : USA Paperback.

Space 1999 - Android Planet. Their only world is the moon-without the earth! A freak explosion blasts the moon out of orbit.

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Published by POCKET BOOKS. It is printed from brand-new plates made from completely reset, clear, easy-to-read type. This book, or portions thereof, may not be reproduced by any means without permission of the original publisher: Futura Publications Limited, 49 Poland Street, London, England.

Arryar
An original novel from the Space: 1999 series of books. A delight because it utilizes most of the characters in the television series and shows them at their best. The banter between Paul and Sandra is pleasing, just as you might expect when they aren't in Main: Mission working. Alan is written well -- serious when he's flying and working to save lives but also enjoying the company of attractive female natives when the occasion arises. Prof. Bergman is also there, serious and scientific but also kindly and dispensing advice in the best tradition of his personality. Koenig and Russell are there too, reminding us of their characters from season two of Space: 1999 (in relation to one another), but well played and dedicated to their cause. In this case it's staying alive, repairing their Eagle, and trying to unravel who is and is not the good and bad guys of the planet they are visiting. It's clever the way it's made clear that this world is not a place where the Alphans can live; the plant life contaminated and the androids in question pretty much over-ruling anything living on the planet's surface. The humans who mysteriously show up are not much better and have plans for the Alphans, most specifically Helena and Sandra, that are presumptuous and rather despicable but oddly logical considering their circumstances. In all, it is a rousing, dramatic and interesting read. Android Planet is also somewhat romantic and hopeful, particularly by the end of the book. Good job, Mr. Rankine!
Shakar
This is a good book i remember the story, even now which is something i cant say about alot of sf, it is short, but all the main players are as good as their tv counterparts, its a pity this was never part of space 1999 season one as it certainly has and intelligent plotline and vastly superior to some of the tv episodes broadcast ,highly recommend for any space 1999 fan
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