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G-606 Time To Live/Man Without A Planet GOOD
Time To Live
By John Rackham
Cover by Jack Gaughan
To the man in the weird bubble-car, its design was only part of the nightmare. He dabbed and pulled frantically at strange things like paddles, saw the winding road swinging and twisting in front of him, tried to turn a corner . . . but didn't make it.
When he awoke the Earthman remembered the madness of that speeding chase, yet he knew the worst of it was his inability to recall who he was, where he was, and why he was being chased.
Then a lulling voice inside his head: "You are on Kalmed. I am Aporia. Your people say you've killed one of my fellow Kalmedans . . ."
Somehow the Earthman knew he was no murderer, but he sensed something chillingly unfamiliar in the interaction of his mind and the body it inhabited.
The Man Without A Planet
By Lin Carter
Cover by Peter Michael
When Raul Linton, Commander of Space Navy, returned from the bloody Third Imperial War in 3468, he was a disillusioned hero. Defiantly stripping off his medals and ribands, Raul roamed the Inner Cluster of stars in search of some meaning.
Close on his trail was the Imperium Government spy, Pertinax---known as The Snake---who was out to prove Raul a traitor.
Linton met Sharl of the Yellow Eyes, who proposed a daring scheme of intergalactic action which would at once restore Sharl's exiled Queen Innald to her rightful place on the throne of Valadon; but to join her mission, Raul would have to fight openly against his own government . . .
Covers are dull, with edge and corner wear. Rackham side is dogeared at bottom, and has a diagonal line drawn in marker ink at top. Spine shows dirt, and has a full-length, irregular wrinkle. Pages are tan. Binding is tight, slightly concave.