F.A.T.E. No. 2: Slave Ship from Sergan

F A T E No Slave Ship from Sergan Human vs InhumanTo the reptilian mind especially the intelligent type of planets like Sergan and Obrac the lives of others were as nothing to the need for status To the feline mind especially to the c

  • Title: F.A.T.E. No. 2: Slave Ship from Sergan
  • Author: Gregory Kern
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Human vs InhumanTo the reptilian mind especially the intelligent type of planets like Sergan and Obrac the lives of others were as nothing to the need for status.To the feline mind especially to the clever advisor of the master of sergan the agonies of others were not only of no consequence, they could even be a source of joy.So when these two types of inhuman intelliHuman vs InhumanTo the reptilian mind especially the intelligent type of planets like Sergan and Obrac the lives of others were as nothing to the need for status.To the feline mind especially to the clever advisor of the master of sergan the agonies of others were not only of no consequence, they could even be a source of joy.So when these two types of inhuman intelligences go together to defy the Terran orders against interplanetary kidnapping, space hijacking, and human slavery, it was definitely a case for a top notch secret agent Because Earth could not afford a showdown with than one alien species at a time.The secret agent was Cap Kennedy, Free Acting Terran Envoy, and his pursuit of the Slave Ship from Sergan turned out to be one of his most dangerous, single handed adventures.

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    1. This is the second book on this seventeen saga and we learn a little more about Captain Kennedy. In these tale a reptilian lord is mining a planet (Sergan) for rare minerals but to do this he needs manpower and the easiest way is by slavery through sub-contract slavers. Captain Kennedy of course is on the hunt for the people responsable for it. The ending is quite good but as a all it's not a interesting book. But I am going to go through the seventeen saga. I think that this is a good series (w [...]

    2. I thought this was a better book than the first one "Galaxy of the Lost". This time around, E. C. Tubb (writing as Gregory Kern) crafted a good old fashioned space noir solo adventure for Cap.Cap goes undercover to solve a mystery. He fights his way through many tough spots to get to the bottom of the problem. At times it seems like Humphrey Bogart was one of the models for his character. Tubb does a good job of capturing the atmosphere of the noir space opera. The two genres make a good combina [...]

    3. Een spannend avontuur van Kap Kennedy in een beklemmende context: slavernij. Er wordt niet echt diep ingegaan op de morele aspecten en van in het begin weet je dat er een goede afloop volgt. Toch is het boek de moeite waard en bekruipt gaandeweg de spanning je meer en meer. Aanrader al is de ganse reeks wel een beetje gedateerd.

    4. The second in the Cap Kennedy series. I liked this one and it was on its way to a four star rating until near the end. I liked the very end, but the last chapter or two before that kind of confused me. Still, I give it a solid 3. I enjoyed it and I liked the fact that Cap Kennedy was working alone in this one.

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