The Forgotten Planet
Across the galaxy, a world had been embedded for existence by men, first with microorganisms and then with shrubs and bugs. A 3rd excursion, prepared to furnish the threshing with animals, did not take place. This embodies a retcon presented in "Nightmare Planet." In the first 2 tales, the planet is characterized as a faraway upcoming planet of life after a truant greenhouse effect has followed in...
Publisher: IDB Productions (2017)
Package Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3000564
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“I first read this book more years ago than I care to mention. When I found it again while looking for something else it was like becoming reacquainted with an old friend. The story revolves around humans shipwrecked upon a planet whose dominant popu...”
the annihilation of many animals and the destruction of the evolution of man. Thousands of years had passed, the bugs and shrubs flourished into enormous extents. The storyline of the book illustrates the survival of the fittest by progenies of a destroyed spacecraft as they clash with ants the size of a fox, hovers the size of birds, and huge winged bees.Murray Leinster was a pseudonym of William Fitzgerald Jenkins, a US author of sci-fi novel and interspersed classical literature. He authored and circulated over 1,500 short tales and essays, 14 film calligraphies and uncounted radio programs and television series.Murray was born in Norfolk, Virginia, to George B. Jenkins and Mary L. Jenkins. His father was a financial accountant. Although, his parents were from Virginia, the family settled in Manhattan, conferring to the 1910 Federal Census.He decided to follow his aspiration to become a freelance fictionist prior to the First World War; he was 2 months late of his 20th birthday when his first novel, The Foreigner, was published in the May 1916 copy of H. L. Mencken's literary publication The Smart Set. The succeeding years, Murray produced 10 additional tales in the publication. Before and after WWI, he published tales in pulp magazines such as Argosy, Snappy Stories, and Breezy Stories. He later persisted to proffer more often in Argosy.