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  1. says:

    Well first off this book is SHORT even by the standards of the day it was printed this was short and yet so much fun The next thing to get right is that this was written by Edmund Cooper hence the cover while the credit is given to Richard Avery well that was one of his pseudonyms so that has cleared that The premiss is not original too why the dirty dozen has many similarities however what you do have is a dry wit a fun storyline and cha

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    The absolute pinnacle of pulp sci fi Dry sardonic and British I elect to remain EXPENDABLE

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    Edmund Cooper wrote this four volume series under the pseudonym Richard Avery The science fiction he was writing under his own name at the time was cerebral and subtle serious studies of character and society and The Expendables was an actionad

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    No science fiction psycho babble in this one There are lasers and robots strong men and women and vile monsters who perform unspeakable horrors need I mention the Death worm mating scene brain eating and allGood solid science fiction adventure certainly with a decent plot and excellent imagination Despite sometimes being a bit flat the characters are infinitely likeable especially the robotsSo many books to read but when you spot the racy

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    i've read some trashy pulp sci fi over the years and this has to be some of the trashiest and pulpiest The characters are sexist and racist The Deathworm mating ritual was amazingly gratuitous in its details

  6. says:

    uite interestingi wanted the deathworms to win

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    Humanity in the year 2071 is straining at the limits of terrestrial and solar sustainability With billions of people placing a demand on Earth’s finite resources an outlet is needed Robot probes have identified planets in other systems capable of supporting human life But before they can be colonized they must

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    Just what the doctor ordered I had been searching locally many years for this series and lucked out when I found them at the bottom of a box of romance novels Getting them for just 4 for the set I almost couldn't contain my elation The chapters are short making it seem like an effortless read but the format of the story is odd In the first part every other chapter takes place in the present and the corresponding chapte

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    I thought I would reread this favorite from my youth Richard Avery was a pen name for famed British science fiction author Edmund Cooper This is the first in a series of four books featuring James Conrad and the Expendables They were a crew of criminals and misfits chosen to prove planets fit for colonization Their job was to go in first and step on all the traps and clear them to enable colonists to be brought in from Earth I think of it

  10. says:

    The whole thing has a dumb action movie logic to it from a mission staffed with obviously broken people to a gleefully idiotic monster

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S childishly crude dialogue with lazy sexism and racism not intended as attacks but in poor taste to a modern reader and simply lowbrow rather than even being something edgy or interesting and forgettable tech It borders at times on being good but is mostly disappointing 'The Worms of Death' The MASS Device Pt | GI The Joes and Cobra vie to find the heavy water element Mysterious underwater tube worms cause both teams to agree to a cease fire to thwart off the worms Title The Deathworms of Kratos Kratos was the first planet of call inhabited by gigantic creatures that swayed and roared that were blessed with seven eyes and mouths cavernous enough to suck in a handful of humans at a time The Death Worms of Kratos is the first volume in a thrilling new i ve read some trashy pulp sci fi over the years and this has to be some of the trashiest and pulpiest The characters are sexist and racist The Deathworm mating ritual was amazingly gratuitous in its details The Exploration of the Male Anatomy poor taste to a modern reader and simply lowbrow rather than even being something edgy or interesting and forgettable tech It borders at times on being good but is mostly disappointing 'The Worms of Death' The MASS Device Pt | GI The Joes and Cobra vie to find the heavy water element Mysterious underwater tube worms cause both teams to agree to a cease fire to thwart off the worms Title The Deathworms of Kratos Kratos was the first Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals planet of call inhabited by gigantic creatures that swayed and roared that were blessed with seven eyes and mouths cavernous enough to suck in a handful of humans at a time The Death Worms of Kratos is the first volume in a thrilling new i ve read some trashy All Night Long (Nannies, pulp sci fi over the years and this has to be some of the trashiest and Bronze Age Mindset pulpiest The characters are sexist and racist The Deathworm mating ritual was amazingly gratuitous in its details

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Series of unknown worlds by one of science fiction's best known writers from the front flap of the Severn House edition The Worms of Death GI Joe Wiki Joepedia GI Play Death Worm a free online game on Kongregate Kongregate free online game Death Worm Meet the highly anticipated Flash version of the ORIGINAL Death Worm game a Top indie game Play Death Worm Mongolian death worm Wikipedia The Mongolian death worm Mongolian олгой хорхой olgoi khorkhoi large intestine worm is a creature alleged to exist in the Gobi Desert The creature first came to Western attention as a result of Roy Chapman Andrews's book On the Trail of Ancient ManThe American paleontologist was not convinced by the tales of the monster that he heard at a gathering of Mongoli I thought I would reread this favorite from my youth Richard Avery was a pen name for famed British science fiction author Edmund Cooper This is the first in a series of four books featuring James Conrad and the Expendables They were a crew of criminals and misfits chosen to prove planets fit for colonization Their job was to go in first and step on all the traps and clear them to enable colonists to be brought in from Earth I think of it as a kind of Dirty Dozen in space even though it is not military science fiction Seven humans and six robots make up the first mission to the planet of Kratos an Earth like planet 16 light years awayTheir they find a mostly pleasant duplicate of Earth in many ways except for the deadly devolved dinosaurs the aptly named Death Worms Our intrepid crew must find a way to deal with the Death Worms or the colonization is offThis is a fast read and is written in an action adventure style which was uite different from the normal Cooper books which tended to be post apocalyptic Lots of action even though the character development is not always the high point of the writing Nevertheless I still had fun reading this The Collection paleontologist was not convinced by the tales of the monster that he heard at a gathering of Mongoli I thought I would reread this favorite from my youth Richard Avery was a Whispers of Feathers pen name for famed British science fiction author Edmund Cooper This is the first in a series of four books featuring James Conrad and the Expendables They were a crew of criminals and misfits chosen to Mount série tome 3 - L'empire du mal prove Entrepreneurial Vernacular planets fit for colonization Their job was to go in first and step on all the traps and clear them to enable colonists to be brought in from Earth I think of it as a kind of Dirty Dozen in space even though it is not military science fiction Seven humans and six robots make up the first mission to the Advanced C Programming by Example planet of Kratos an Earth like Poslije svega (After, planet 16 light years awayTheir they find a mostly Die Herrenschneiderei pleasant duplicate of Earth in many ways except for the deadly devolved dinosaurs the aptly named Death Worms Our intrepid crew must find a way to deal with the Death Worms or the colonization is offThis is a fast read and is written in an action adventure style which was uite different from the normal Cooper books which tended to be Calling Cards: Uncover Your Calling post apocalyptic Lots of action even though the character development is not always the high Cities of God point of the writing Nevertheless I still had fun reading this

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