Collision Course (Space: 1999, Book 4) by E. C. Tubb

By E. C. Tubb

Misplaced IN SPACE!

A nuclear "mistake" blasts the boys and girls of Moonbase Alpha on a bold one-way odyssey to far away stars. Their purely house is a wandering cinder heap. Their day-by-day routine—outwitting the treacherous alien forces of the universe.

There is an excellent flash of sunshine and a planet looks the place none will be. a present from the mysterious queen Arra? Or a dangerous global the place the current turns into as primitive because the past?

The Alphans release greater than the key of lifestyles and loss of life once they unfastened an miraculous creature with the face of a diabolical angel!

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