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Earth Alert

Auhtor: Kris Ottman Neville

Language: english
Published: 1953

Genres:

fiction,  science fiction,  short stories
Downloads: 230
eBook size: 376Kb

Review by Joanna Daneman, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Earth Alert':

What defense could she raise against mutant science?telepathy invisibility teleportation?especially since Earth was not aware of its danger!

Excerpts from the Book 'Earth Alert':


... said, I haven't exactly made up my mind yet. She intended to shop around for a husband, but she did not say this. She thought it would sound ...
... depriving him personally, of a victim. He wrung his hands. There'll be a thousand or so left, Calvin, Forential promised. You must practice very ...
... The mutants would be required to face vast open spaces, and their cubicles partially conditioned them for the experience. Huge as their world was, it ...
... He had less than twenty seconds to get outside before the molecular reaction set in. His feet pounded to the door his hand found the lever his body fell ...
... God, man, you could die out here. Walt said: You let me go with you? Sure???? get in. Walt fumbled at the side of the car. Push the button, ...
... Lyrians, that we control them???until too late.** **If we could give Walt twelve hours,** Forential thought. **??? we've got to give him every chance!** **When ...
... passed through her body. She smiled. He tried to adjust to her level of displacement. He choked. Quickly he realized what was wrong he rectified the ...
... him to try to locate Julia. He concentrated. He formed Julia's pattern in his mind. He sought to equate it with reality. For a moment of bleak despair, ...
... have to take a chance waiting for an airplane. Then???? then???? when my money gives out??? . I can't hope to run forever. She shuddered. ? Walt crawled ...
... cut-off slot. It appeared far ahead a dark slit on the left outlined by her rushing headlights. She depressed the brake the tires screamed. The car ...
... I'll check newspaper files in San Francisco. If I can just find Walt's birth certificate! That will convince him! She thought about the space ...
... so we would be able to use all of our brains. The normal earthling is just like you are right now: unable to use more than one sixth of his brain. ...
... station. How is it we haven't seen it? I assume it has a distortion field around it. It's invisible. Hummmm. He entered that in his notebook. ...
... Julia said. The colonel gave his driver the address. Half an hour later, Julia and Walt and the colonel reached their destination. I must be a mess, ...
... she was able to sleep until dawn. She arose and showered in the first sunlight and dressed and ordered breakfast. The sergeant on duty at ...
... later, she was in a staff car speeding toward an experimental laboratory on the outskirts of town. She was hustled inside the building by a sergeant ...
... them. They braked and flattened and skimmed toward their assigned landing sites. And they touched down: in the hearts of industrial cities in farm communities ...
... of factly. Technicians glanced anxiously at the suddenly unsubstantial walls. There was no protection. They were exposed as completely as if they ...
... moving the starting lever by teleportation. Walt located the focus rod. Take your shoes off! ? Suspiciously Willy glanced back mentally at the other ...
... I'll be able to hold my own. She's, she's so helpless, so pliant. That's the way I like her. Poor tired girl! We'll travel, he thought. I want to see ...