By Steven L. Kent
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Lt. Wayson Harris used to be born and bred because the final soldier. yet he's distinct, owning independence of idea. And whilst the army brass choose to blame the clones for the decimation of the U.A. republic, Lt. Harris makes a decision to prevent being the scapegoat, with all of the firepower he can muster.
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Happy Days, and Pluck and Luck series. The Edward Stratemeyer Syndicate, never one to miss out on a possible popular success, published, under the name of Roy Rockwood, a series of adventures patterned after Jules Verne. The eight Great Marvel stories, which sent its protagonists to and under the poles and out into space to visit the moon, Mars, and Saturn, remained popular into the 1930's. Far more extensive and popular than the Great Marvel series, however, was the Stratemeyer Syndicate's T o m Swift books.
A n excellent colorist and figure painter, yet capable of rendering machines with great facility and imagination, many of Brown's paintings are regarded today as classics of their kind. Who can forget his sinister and otherworldly aliens for Campbell's "The Invaders" (Astounding Stories, June 1935) or Lovecraft's "The Shadow Out of Time" (Astounding, June 1936), or his gleaming, futuristic spaceships for E . E . Smith's "The Skylark of Valeron" (Astounding, August 1934) or Jack Williamson's "The Fortress of Utopia" (Startling Stories, November 1939).
6. Ursula K . Le Guin, "Dreams Must Explain Themselves," in Dreams Must Explain Themselves, ed. Andrew Porter (New York: Algol Press, 1975), pp. 4-15. 7. Sylvia Engdahl, "The Changing Role of Science Fiction in Children's Literature," Horn Book Magazine, 47 (October 1971), 449-55. 8. Evelyn Pitcher and Ernest Prelinger, Children Tell Stories: An Analysis of Fantasy (New Y o r k : International Universities Press, 1963). 9. Ravenna Helson, "Through the Pages of Children's Books," Psychology Today, 7 (November 1973), 107-13.
The Clone Betrayal (Clone, Book 5) by Steven L. Kent