FOR A CORN SILO
Billy Danger had gone past hitting the skids-now he was freezing to death in a blizzard. So he took shelter in a corn silo that turned out to be a disguised alien starship, and evoke up light years from Earth.
Ravel, a time-traveling agent of Nexx Central; stepped out of his cover identity in 1936 and into utter chaos. The Dinosaur Beach station; hidden millions of years in the past, had been destroyed in a war raging through time. He could trust no one as he raced through the aeons, fighting to insure that mankind would not vanish and never have been at all . . . .
Baird Ulrik, killer-for-hire, terminated only those who deserved it-until the day he was framed and forced to go to a distant planet and kill the man who has been a hero to him ....
Three novels of space adventure, and much more, in a volume of the best by the master of interstellar adventure.
|Publishers Note: Odyssey has previously appeared in parts as Galactic Odyssey, Dinosaur Beach, and in the volumes Once There was a Giant, Greylorn and Alien Minds. This is the first combined edition.
Praise for Dinosaur Beach, included in Odyssey:
. . . proves once again that Laumer is a master of both science fiction and mystery."
"Tautly written and endless suspense. An excellent book."
"Keith Laumer is one of science fiction's most adept creators . . . [this is] a first-rate thriller."