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by John Lymington

  • ISBN: 0709195036
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Author: John Lymington
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Robert Hale; 1st edition (March 1, 1982)
  • Pages: 158 pages
  • FB2 size: 1264 kb
  • EPUB size: 1479 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
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John Richard Newton Chance (1911 – 3 August 1983), who wrote as John Lymington, was born in London. He was a prolific writer of short stories, children's literature, mystery and science fiction novels.

John Richard Newton Chance (1911 – 3 August 1983), who wrote as John Lymington, was born in London.

1982) A novel by John Lymington. Genre: Science Fiction. Used availability for John Lymington's The Terror Version. March 1982 : UK Hardback.

John Lymington, John Drummond, David C. Newton, Jonathan Chance. The Power Ball (1981). The Terror Version (1982). Death of the Wild Bird (London, Hale, 1968). The Traditional Murders. Novelist, writer, RAF pilot and instructor, publican. The Vale of Sad Banana (1984).

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Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. When explorer John Brunt, a tough, womanising adventurer, agrees to make the last exploration left to man, he cannot calculate the spiritual and physical terrors that await him. This is a story of the Future and of Now. Brunt find there is no escape from either.

predecessors (and likely models), John Wyndham and John Christopher. It might be said that Lymington's main deficiency as a writer of sf was a lack of interest in the forward thrust of the genre; he was, at heart, a Horror writer. Lymington's use of genuine science is minimal and most of his books (many of which feature Monsters) operate at the level of B-grade sf/horror films (see Horror in SF), where menace strikes unexpectedly in a lazy, rural setting, evoking a constant Paranoia.

John Lymington (1911-1983) was born John Newton Chance in London

John Lymington (1911-1983) was born John Newton Chance in London  . Lymington's first book, Wheels in the Forest, was written in 1935. He also wrote Night of the Big Heat in 1959. Several of his short stories were collected in The Night Spiders in 1964.

John Lymington was born John Richard Newton Chance in London. Pseudonyms used by Lymington throughout his career included John Drummond, David C. Newton, Desmond Reid and Jonathan Chance. lt;/p

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John Lymington (1911-1983) was born John Richard Newton Chance in London. Lymington's first book, "Wheels in the Forest," was written in 1935. He also wrote "Night of the Big Heat" in 1959.

The words used by the writer surely increase the terror and the narration of John Lee adds spice to it, it seems as if we have entered a nightmare the moment we start listening to the story. One can even feel the horrifying death approaching the sailors after listening the whole thing for a while. Love the horror, look for more stories to listen to including Dark Sacred Night – Michael Connelly and Shadow – Jan Stryvant.



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