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One Against The Legion SPACE VENGEANCE I Am Omnipotent And Omniscient I Want Every Man On Every Planet To Shudder And Grow Pale When He Thinks Of Me For I Have Suffered Gross Injuries That Must Be Avenged This Sinister Message And A Loathsome Serpent Like Trademark Were The Only Clues The Legion Of Space Had To The Identity Of Mankind S Most Evasive And Horrible Enemy But Meanwhile, He Or IT Had Meticulously Begun To Destroy The WorldThe Legion Of Space Was Well Accustomed To Facing Mortal Peril In The Black Depths Of Outer Space In Order To Defend Humanity Against Its Unearthly Foes But Even They Were To Find Their Courage And Ingenuity Tested To The Utmost Limits In Their Fight Against The Vile Phantom That Called Itself God And Shrouded The Universe In An Incredible Web Of Terror


10 thoughts on “One Against The Legion

  1. says:

    Fantastic SiFi from one of the early masters Follow the adventures of 3 members of the legion Highly recommended


  2. says:

    The third installment of Jack Williamson s Legion of Space tetralogy, One Against the Legion, initially appeared in the April, May and June 1939 issues of Astounding Science Fiction A short, colorful and fast moving novel, it reacquaints us with the Legionnaires Jay Kalam, Hal Samdu and Giles Habibula John Star and his extended family only make cameo appearances in this one Whereas in book 1, The Legion of Space, the Legionnaires had defended our solar system from the jellyfishlike Medu The third installment of Jack Williamson s Legion of Space tetralogy, One Against the Legion, initially appeared in the April, May and June 1939 issues of Astounding Science Fiction A short, colorful and fast moving novel, it reacquaints us with the Legionnaires Jay Kalam, Hal Samdu and Giles Habibula John Star and his extended family only make cameo appearances in this one Whereas in book 1, The Legion of Space, the Legionnaires had defended our solar system from the jellyfishlike Medusae invaders, and in book 2, The Cometeers, from the threat of a 12,000,000 mile long comet, here, the threat to mankind is of ahuman nature the Basilisk, a criminal whose theft of a secret weapon enables him to accomplish seemingly miraculous feats of teleportation across billions of miles a...


  3. says:

    Un pregevole esempio di fantascienza galattica secondo i canoni della prima met del Novecento avventure spaziali in mondi sconosciuti al fianco dei coraggiosi membri della Legione dello spazio, contro il misterioso e inafferrabile ladro detto Basilisco che sembra essere in grado di mettere le mani su qualsiasi cosa e di uccidere chiunque lo ostacoli.Anche se un po lontano per canoni narrativi dalla n...


  4. says:

    One Against The Legion 1939 This is classic space opera, complete with Bug Eyed Monsters BEMs that kidnap the girl, and a simpering elderly alcoholic grifter intended as comic relief I was actually well entertained by the cliche of it all, but I don t think I could read a lot of this sort of thing In the end, I found the ending too abrupt, even for writing of that era but satisfying Nowhere Near 1967 was written 30 years after the rest of The Legion of Space novels, but is definitely One Against The Legion 1939 This is classic space opera, complete with Bug Eyed Monsters BEMs that kidnap the girl, and a simpering elderly alcoholic grifter intended as comic relief I was actually well entertained by the cliche of it all, bu...


  5. says:

    Un pochino meglio dei due romanzi precedenti, poich sembra pi un giallo, anche ben organizzato, che la classica spacconata sci fi Peccato che il finale davvero pessimo ed il romanzo si chiude in maniera davvero deludente.


  6. says:

    1980 grade CSeries book L5aka Nowhere Near


  7. says:

    4 stars from Sandy