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Excellent and straightforward purchase.
A late 1970's proposed idea for a series which would work equally well and effectively as Supermarionation, animated, novel or live action. Richard James polishes the bare bones of what undoubtedly was a curates egg into something special -- updating the characters, language and scientific technology -- as well as seamlessly inserting a story arc. Each chapter fleshes out what would have been an episode's storyline in a limited 10 episode series run and there is room for continuation. The depiction of the main characters on the cover of the hardback is a little limiting despite the diversity inside. The barebones description of the R2D2-like utilitarian robots allows you to imagine what they look like. A lot of politics and galactic protocol is neatly sidestepped in favour of action sequences and convenient endings. While there is jeopardy for those being rescued, our heroes are often quite safe as time counts down, though one has something to hide. Ideal for those enjoy a cross between Thunderbirds and Gemini Force One.
Very nice cover artwork is brilliant as yet I have not had a chance to read it yet as I have bought so many great Anderson books delivered so fast very impressed keep up the good work.
Bought this for a friend who said he has really enjoyed it and couldn't put it down until finished.
I couldn’t put it as it was FABULOUS.