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A Honeymoon In Space

Auhtor: George Griffith

Language: english
Published: 1901

Genres:

fiction,  science fiction
Downloads: 79
eBook size: 392Kb

Review by A. Dent, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Honeymoon In Space':

A Honeymoon In Space by George Griffith. A sci-fi novel

Excerpts from the Book 'A Honeymoon In Space':


... I don't think either Miss Rennick or her uncle will make a very good bargain. However, of course that's no affair of mine now. I remember that this ...
... when she at length recovered the power of articulate speech, what an entirely too awful thing this is! Why, it's abduction and nothing less. Indeed it's ...
... except what we stand up in, and-and- And therefore it will be a point of honour with me to see that you want for nothing while you are on board ...
... let the wily Teuton know that there's something flying the British flag which could make very small mincemeat of their gas-bags. And what about Old ...
... The speech of the evening was made by the President himself in proposing the health of the bride and bridegroom, and this is the way he ended: There ...
... great circular and oval plains, one side of them blazing with intolerable light, and the other side black with impenetrable obscurity enormous ...
... hadn't we? asked Zaidie. Certainly, he replied, because, although there is some sort of air, we don't know yet whether we shall be ...
... the water and vanished. Zaidie uttered a little low scream and covered her face again, and Redgrave said: The same old brutal law you see, life preying ...
... the Downs of South-Eastern England. No mountains were visible in any direction. The lower portions, particularly along the borders of the canals and ...
... really? The hard-set jaw relaxed and his lips melted into a smile under his moustache, and he bent down and kissed her. Well, what do you suppose I ...
... through many generations awoke to sudden life in some unused corner of his brain. His pale clear eyes lit up with something like a glow of human passion. ...
... several of the winged figures alighted on the mossy covering of the plain and walked towards the vessel. Why, they walk just like us, only much ...
... too lifted her glass, and looked with laughing eyes across the brim at her two guests. But meanwhile Murgatroyd had been applying the repulsive force ...
... of Calisto, measuring nearly three thousand miles across, swept between them and the planet. It shone with a clear, somewhat reddish light like that ...
... shoulder and pointed to a four-wheeled car of light framework and exquisite design, containing seats for four besides the driver, or guide, who sat ...
... slipped her hand through Redgrave's arm. He looked at her for an instant and then turned his head away with a jerk, and sent down the last signal. The ...
... the middle portions of their bodies, somewhat as fish do with their swimming bladders. The light in the lower regions of this strange ocean was dimmer than ...
... unknown magnitude, upon the Astronef? He went to the desk beside the instrument-table and plunged into a maze of mathematics, of masses and weights, ...
... dear? Turning what? On our own centre. Look! I'm afraid only a miracle can save us now, darling. She glanced to the left-hand side where he was pointing. ...
... suits remarkably prescient in their design. Honeymoon in Space' saw his newly married adventurers exploring planets in different stages of geological ...