Planet of No Return

Planet of No Return Machines that murderLanding on a new planet is a danger every time and Selm II is no exception The specialists didn t like it There were no cities visible from space no broadcasts or transmissions o

  • Title: Planet of No Return
  • Author: Harry Harrison
  • ISBN: 9780523485195
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Machines that murderLanding on a new planet is a danger every time, and Selm II is no exception.The specialists didn t like it There were no cities visible from space, no broadcasts or transmissions on the blank airwaves yet the wrecked war machines of an advanced technology littered the rich pastures of the deserted planet Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of crumpled aMachines that murderLanding on a new planet is a danger every time, and Selm II is no exception.The specialists didn t like it There were no cities visible from space, no broadcasts or transmissions on the blank airwaves yet the wrecked war machines of an advanced technology littered the rich pastures of the deserted planet Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of crumpled and gigantic weapons of war, a graveyard of destruction stretching almost to the lifeless horizon But the war wasn t overd they weren t all wrecks It s an emergency It s a job for Brion Brand, the mightiest weighlifter in the galaxy With the brilliant, sensuous Dr Lea Morees at his side he plunges into the war zone, into the steel jasm of teh PLANET OF NO RETURN

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    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Harry Harrison born Henry Maxwell Dempsey was an American science fiction author best known for his character the The Stainless Steel Rat and the novel Make Room Make Room 1966 , the basis for the film Soylent Green 1973 He was also with Brian W Aldiss co president of the Birmingham Science Fiction Group.Excerpted from.

    2. Another great 20s champion storyMy one regret in my reading this author's muse is his passing onto his next great adventures. --Harry you are sorely missed

    3. I preferred this to the first one, marginally. The concept of robots fighting a war all their own has been done to death, though here there's a twist on the idea. The female is made much of here, perhaps more than in the initial title, which is maybe a sign of the times but does stand out somewhat today.What I can't understand is why there aren't more of these books. They're short, would work serially and, really, are no worse than many other pulp series. Even without Brion, there are surely ple [...]

    4. Sent to investigate another world, Brion Brandd discovers an automated war which has been going on for centuries. An enjoyable read by one of my favorite authors. Nice illustrations by Rick DeMarco.

    5. Fun read with great illustrations! Do not approach this if you are looking for something serious, but a quick read.

    6. A nice short story, about Novella length. Two investigations into a planet result in the deaths of the explorers so two experts are sent instead.Despite finding a stone-age level culture machines are attacking each other and causing damage to the rest of the world by searching for metal. But on a world at this level of technology why are the machines fighting?

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