Stranglers' Moon

Stranglers Moon GONE FROM THE GALAXYA startling discovery has shaken Earth s galactic Empire than two hundred and fifty thousand people have vanished from the resort moon Vesa without a trace Called to duty SOTE s m

  • Title: Stranglers' Moon
  • Author: E.E. "Doc" Smith Stephen Goldin
  • ISBN: 9780586043356
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • GONE FROM THE GALAXYA startling discovery has shaken Earth s galactic Empire than two hundred and fifty thousand people have vanished from the resort moon Vesa without a trace Called to duty, SOTE s most daring secret agents, Jules and Yvette d Alembert the former aerialists from the triple gravity planet Des Plaines, posessed of lightning reflexes and super streGONE FROM THE GALAXYA startling discovery has shaken Earth s galactic Empire than two hundred and fifty thousand people have vanished from the resort moon Vesa without a trace Called to duty, SOTE s most daring secret agents, Jules and Yvette d Alembert the former aerialists from the triple gravity planet Des Plaines, posessed of lightning reflexes and super strength are faced with a lethal and baffling conspiracy Together the d Alemberts have conquered many of the Empire s most dangerous foes, but now the mighty pair must divide forces each to challenge a deadly evil terror alone

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    1. A perfect mix of science fiction and a spy / adventure novel from the elder statesman of the space opera (E. E. "Doc" Smith) and his co-author (Stephen Goldin). The d'Alembert siblings, Yvette and Jules, are super secret special agents for the intergalactic government who also happen to be seasoned circus performers from a home planet with a higher gravity level that gives them super strength pretty much anywhere else. That's bad news for a highly organized criminal conspiracy on the gambling pl [...]

    2. The second in the sci-fi spy series by E.E. Doc Smith. (My husband has asked me to mention that these books where written as a collaboration between Smith and another writer.) Still filled with lots of costume descriptions, but much more spy stuff to be done. Could have made a good 60's TV show.

    3. This series was the first true science fiction that I read. I made a comment to my father that science fiction was boring and too sciency after having tried to read some Isaac Asimov (who I later read with great pleasure) and so he challenged me to read the first chapter of this series and then put the books down and not finish. I lost the challenge. I have since read all the books in the series several times and am glad my dad took the time to pick out the perfect sci fi for a 10 year old girl. [...]

    4. A good, honest Sci-Fi fun read but I think I could soon get bored of these crime fighting siblings. I think the next two on my shelf will remain untouched for a while.

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