Death Hunt & The Best Made Plans

 
9781612873121: Death Hunt & The Best Made Plans

Armchair Fiction presents extra large, fully illustrated editions of classic science fiction double novels. The first novel is “Death Hunt” by Robert Gilbert. Ube Kinlock came to the planet Maggie for one reason only: to kill the Hog—a monstrous beast that had already killed hundreds of Maggiese citizens. However, when he arrived on Maggie he found a civilization so crude, so strict, and so darned unfriendly that he wound up in jail before his spaceship had barely touched the ground! But with the leniency of a high-ranking official and the aid of a beautiful but rebellious Maggiese hunter, Kinlock soon set out to track the monstrous beast down. He was looking for one last big payday—a final score before retiring. Unfortunately, the Hog had other ideas. Robert E. Gilbert—with only a handful of published works to his credit—is barely remembered in science fiction circles today. But make no mistake about it, Gilbert’s “Death Hunt” (aka “Hunt the Hog of Joe”) is a brilliant piece of sci-fi, combining the best elements of action and adventure with inspired moments of tongue-in-cheek humor. It is a minor classic, not seen in print since 1957. This edition’s second novel is “The Best Made Plans” by veteran science fiction author Everett B. Cole. A planetary Uprising was brewing! There are some people that it is extremely unwise to cross...and the fireworks started when two such people crossed each other! Everett Cole has spun a web of science fiction intrigue in this classic tale that first appeared in the pages of the pages of John W. Campbell’s Astounding Science Fiction magazine, all the way back in 1959.

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