Kindle Edition ↠ Benedicts Planet eBook Þ

Kindle Edition ↠ Benedicts Planet eBook Þ



2 thoughts on “Benedicts Planet

  1. Kaisha Palmer-Rippin Kaisha Palmer-Rippin says:

    Enjoyable story but some of the language is very outdated


  2. Bunterbee Bunterbee says:

    Basically an old fashioned space opera but with a 60's dash of hip irony sly humour and lashings of pseudo science It was a time when style often seemed valued than substance the story has great pace and no depth except peripherally as a polemic for vegetarianism but as SF goes it's an enjoyable read if you don't want your brain boggled by strenuous ruminations about our destiny in the universe Just lie back and think of Betelgeuse


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Benedicts Planet ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Benedicts Planet Author James Corley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Few people on Mars wanted to help Six men were already lost one was dead and another insane Benedict’s newly discovered planet could make him a billionaire if he managed to get a sample of bohridium Few people on Mars wanted to help Six men were already lost one was dead and another insane Benedict’s newly discovered planet could make him a billionaire if he managed to get a sample of bohridium back to Earth Bohridium which could increase the power of interstellar drives by orders of magnitude No one could explain events on the lost world that looked like a frozen earthuake Were the nightmare Thight still in existence Was Jonah Scull really the legendary saviour of the alien Youn And were the mathematicians right when they predicted ships travelling in these phantom dimensions could slip outside of reality altogether.

2 thoughts on “Benedicts Planet

  1. Kaisha Palmer-Rippin Kaisha Palmer-Rippin says:

    Enjoyable story but some of the language is very outdated

  2. Bunterbee Bunterbee says:

    Basically an old fashioned space opera but with a 60's dash of hip irony sly humour and lashings of pseudo science It was a time when style often seemed valued than substance the story has great pace and no depth except peripherally as a polemic for vegetarianism but as SF goes it's an enjoyable read if you don't want your brain boggled by strenuous ruminations about our destiny in the universe Just lie back and think of Betelgeuse

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