Frontier of the Dark

Frontier of the Dark The Werewolf Effect The Mannschenn Drive was the gateway to the stars but it had one unfortunate side effect Traveling faster than light mankind reverted to the bestial form of his own legendary nig

The Werewolf Effect.The Mannschenn Drive was the gateway to the stars, but it had one unfortunate side effect Traveling faster than light, mankind reverted to the bestial form of his own legendary nightmare the lycanthropic horror that the full moon once called forth from the soul s depths, now no longer howling at the moon but soaring far beyond it

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Frontier of the Dark

  1. Arthur Bertram Chandler 28 March 1912 6 June 1984 was an Australian science fiction author He also wrote under the pseudonyms George Whitley, George Whitely, Andrew Dunstan, and S.H.M.He was born in Aldershot, England He was a merchant marine officer, sailing the world in everything from tramp steamers to troopships He emigrated to Australia in 1956 and became an Australian citizen He commanded various ships in the Australian and New Zealand merchant navies, and was the last master of the Australian aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne as the law required that it have an officer on board while it was laid up waiting to be towed to China to be broken up.

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  1. review of A Bertram Chandler s Frontier of the Dark by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE January 24, 2017 Usually, when I m reading 2 or things at once, as I was when I was reading this bk, it s b c there s one thing that I m reading that s important to me that I m reading slowly then one or 2 other things that I m reading for relief from the seriousness of that Frontier of the Dark was a relief bk Note that I haven t uploaded a review for several wks that means I m somewhat dreading writing the diffi [...]


  2. In one of his final novels, Chandler has written a space opera horror story The ending is a bit predictable, in a Twilight Zone fashion, and I think the author missed a chance Given The nature of the protagonists and antagonists, I was certain a particular fairy tale would come into play I have classified this as a horror story as well as science fiction, but the Noir genre definitely applies to this.




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