The Mind Monsters by Larry Maddock
The Hilarious SF Romp

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THE HILARIOUS SF CLASSIC! Only Larry Maddock, creator of the debonair Hannibal Fortune, time-traveling secret agent, and everybody's favorite wise-cracking symboit, Webley, could have written this uproarious comic adventure of an Irish spaceman, stranded on a world that couldn’t be! When Terence O'Corcoran, solo scout for the Terran Planetary Survey Corps crash lands on an alien planet, he regains consciousness to discover his ship hopelessly wrecked. However, that isn’t Terence's biggest worry, it’s being charged by the savage flesh-eating dinosaur he recognizes from an Earth history lesson. And when he meets the leprechaun and the beautiful red-headed colleen, Terence is sure he must have taken one cup too many and be dreaming it all. But, it's no dream. And while everything might not be entirely what it seems, it's a tragically real slave planet Terence has stumbled on. An evil tyrant called Brahnbru has arisen and enslaved the once peaceful and carefree populace. It's a situation no red-blooded Irishman could tolerate! To free them, Terence finds he will have to stir a people who have never dreamed of war into rebellion, then secretly mold them an army. It’s also a challenge no Irishman could resist. Now all Terence has to is penetrate the mysterious Branuru's citadel, learn its vulnerabilities, and get back out alive. With a draught or two for a bracer and a kiss from the lips of the woman he loves, it's a trifle for a son of the old sod. All except the last part. Getting out alive! Terence has been caught. His only hope is that what they say is true and you really can't keep a good Irishman down! Here is a rollicking science fiction classic that, as you would expect from the work of Larry Maddock, will keep you thrilled and chuckling throughout. Sorry we don’t have room to tell you about the proqoo, the jongers, the ercoidem, or the mind monsters. Read the book!


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Published April 20, 2005 by PageTurner. 186 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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