Kemlo and the Gravity Rays
By E C Eliott (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1956 by Nelson
Illustrated by A Bruce Cornwell
First edition dustwrapper|
by A Bruce Cornwell
Earth-born men had been able to travel to Space, but till now Space-born
men had not been able to travel to Earth.|
It was left for Space-born boys - Kemlo,
and his friends Kerowski and Karten - to blaze this trail.
This book gives a fascinating picture of Earth in the future. But it was not
in its 'Brave New World' aspect thet the boys found their happiness. It was in
- but let us keep Mr Eliott's charming surprise as a surprise.
Hardback with dustwrapper; blue boards with dark blue blocking - with logos
of rocket on spine and satellite on front board; 135x194mm; 202 pages;
frontispiece and nine other black and white illustrations by A Bruce Cornwell;
full colour dustwrapper, picture wrapping to include the spine; front flap has the 'blurb'
Italian edition, unknown publisher, 1957:
Published as Destinazione Terra.
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