|Author:||Ed Emshwiller,Andre Norton|
|Title:||Sargasso of Space (Vintage Ace SF, F-279)|
|Format:||lit lrf doc mobi|
|ePUB size:||1180 kb|
|FB2 size:||1802 kb|
|DJVU size:||1824 kb|
|Publisher:||Ace Books; 2nd PB edition (1963)|
Paperback, Vintage Ace Sf, F 279, 286 pages. Published 1964 by Ace (first published 1955). One of Norton's strongest SF books, Sargasso of Space puts us firmly on the side of the 'little guy' independent trader, the Solar Queen, aiming to make a profit within the rules, up against the bottomless pockets of the large trading combines. With an excellent combination of comradeship, mystery and adventure, this is a quick and engrossing read.
1955) (The first book in the Solar Queen series) A novel by Andrew North (Andre Norton). 1900 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
amp; Originally released under pseudonym Andrew North. amp; 1 in the Solar Queen series. amp; Also appears in ACE Double Book with The Cosmic Puppets by Philip K. Dick (1957).
Vintage Ace Sf, F 279, Paperback, 286 pages. Author(s): Andre Norton. ISBN: 0441062792 (ISBN13: 9780441062799). Sargasso of Space (Solar Queen Series, Book 1). Published November 1st 1981 by Ace Books. Paperback, 248 pages. ISBN: 0441749852 (ISBN13: 9780441749850).
Sargasso of Space is a science fiction novel by American writer Andre Norton, written under the alternate pseudonym "Andrew North". Voodoo Planet (1959). Fresh out of Training Pool, a trade school for spaceship crews, Dane Thorson discovers that his first assignment as apprentice-Cargo Master puts him on Solar Queen, a Free Trader: basically an interstellar tramp freighter
F-279 ANDREW NORTH (aka ANDRE NORTON) Sargasso of Space (cover by Emsh; c. 1955; 1957; 1964; listed as "complete and unabridged"). Sargasso of Space was originally published in ACE Double D-249 (1957) under the pseudonym of Andrew North. It was bound with Philip K. Dick's The Cosmic Puppets. F-309 PHILIP K. DICK Clans of the Alphane Moon (cover by Ed Valigursky; 1964; listed as "first book publication"). F-310 ANDRE NORTON Galactic Derelict (cover by Emsh; c, 1961; 1964; listed as "complete and unabridged"). Galactic Derelict was originally published as ACE Single D-498 (1961) and uses the same Emsh cover art.
dos?Dos-a-dos or tete-beche formatted paperback books, such as Ace Doubles and Capra Press back-to-back books. Ed Valigursky, Ed Emshwiller. Die Raumschiff-Falle.
While Sargasso of Space is a popular and important SF novel - for reasons I’ll get to shortly - The Cosmic Puppets is the primary reason this paperback commands real interest among collectors. The Cosmic Puppets is a tale of alien invasio. lthough, as usual for Dick, it disregards most of the typical conventions of an alien invasion story. Although The Cosmic Puppets is considered an important and approachable novel today, it didn’t make much of a ripple when it first appeared.