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y The Lost Millennium [and] The Road to Rim single work   novella   science fiction  
Issue Details: First known date: 1967 1967
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Notes

  • Also includes the novella The Lost Millennium by American authors Walt and Leigh Richmond.

Contents

* Contents derived from the New York (City), New York (State),
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Ace Books , 1967 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Road to the Rim, A. Bertram Chandler , 1967 single work novella
Ensign John Grimes of the Federation Survey Service is fresh out of the Academy and as green as they come. After boarding the Interstellar Transport Commission's merchant spaceship Delta Orionis as a passenger bound for deep space, Grimes finds himself involved, reluctantly, in salvaging another ship which has been attacked by space pirates. It doesn't help that his decision-making process has been influenced by the more than attractive Jane Pentecost (and Grimes is as green with women as his he is as a spaceman), or as a consequence of having been put under guard as a mutineer. As much as the odds will be stacked against him, Grimes soon begins to earn his infamous reputation as a 'lucky bastard.'

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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • New York (City), New York (State),
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      United States of America (USA),
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      Americas,
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      Ace Books , 1967 .
      Source: www.amazon.com
      Extent: 137, 117p.
      Series: y Ace Doubles Ace Books (publisher), New York (City) : Ace Books , 1952-1978 Z1849060 1952 series - publisher novel

      Ace Books began publishing genre fiction in 1952. Initially these were mostly in the tête-bêche (double) format, but they also published a few single volumes in the early years. The tête-bêche format was discarded in 1973, with later doubles being published adjacent to each other. Between 1952 and 1968, the books had a letter-series identifier; and after that date they were given five-digit numeric serial numbers. Ace stopped publishing its doubles series sometime around 1978.

      Number in series: H-29
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