Four men, four women. Were they pets, exhibits, or laboratory animals?
One moment all eight of them were flying from Sweden to England. The next, they were emerging from plastic coffins in the middle of a road that led to nowhere, on an unknown planet beneath alien stars. A well-stocked - but staffless - hotel, a supermarket, and the empty shells of two cars: These were the raw materials of their new life. The hows of it were immaterial. It was the whys which were so frightening.
The Stone Age tribesmen, the enigmatic knight in medieval armor, the fairy-like creatures in the sky, the impenetrable wall of freezing mist which hemmed them in - were these the stuff of dreams, or the hard facts of a new and menacing reality?
Above all, was this new life of theirs part of some unimaginable alien zoo, or was it perhaps a complex Operation Noah for the human race?
|Titel ||Sea horse in the sky / Edmund Cooper
|Person(en) ||Cooper, Edmund
|Ausgabe ||A Berkley Medallion book, first Paperback edition |
|Verleger ||New York : Berkley Publishing Corporation |
|Erscheinungsjahr ||1969 |
|Umfang/Format ||160 S., 18cm |
|Sprache ||Englisch |
|Zustand ||leichter Randabrieb, sonst gut erhalten|