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1958. War of the Wingmen

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Anderson, Poul. 'War of the Wingmen', published in 1977 in Great Britain by Dobson Books, in hardback with dustjacket, 160pp, ISBN 0234720115. Condition: Acceptable or fair condition - wholly intact & readable, ex-library, well used, plenty of life left in it. Price: £6.50, not including post and packing, which is extra
1977, Dobson Books, hbk
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  • War of the Wingmen [top]
    Written with Andrew Gross
    First published in 1958 in the United States by Ace Books Inc.
    First published in 1976 in Great Britain by Sphere Books
    First published in 1977 in Great Britain in hardback with dustjacket by Dobson Books, 160pp, ISBN 0234720115

Storyline: Only three humans survived the wreck of that spaceship on the little known planet of Diomedes. One was the beautiful ruler of a distant colonial world; another was the fat, slovenly owner of a great Solar trading company; the third was a handsome, blue-eyed engineer. The survivors had food for only six weeks, for the native food was one hundred percent poisonous to people. So in that limited amount of time, they had to gain the trust of the winged barbarians who held them prisoners, end the terrible war that these Diomedians were engaged in, and persuade the wingmen to carry the three across the thousands of miles of unmapped territory to the single Earth spaceport. Their desperate efforts to beat that fatal deadline makes 'War of the Wingmen' one of Poul Anderson's most exciting novels

 



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