Defiant Agents (Version 2)
Operation Cochise: a carefully planned Western move to colonize a planet ahead of the Reds. Travis Fox had been an eager volunteer, but the morning he dragged himself half-conscious from the wrecked spaceship on the planet Topaz, he sensed the terror which would threaten the project. Travis never learned why the ship had crashed, nor why he and the other Apache agents had been shot into space without warning and under Redax control, a machine which had returned them to ancestral mentality. But the dangers on Topaz demanded free minds, for Travis soon realized that if the Reds already encamped beyond the mountains--a horde of barbaric Mongols completely dominated by their masters--discovered the secret of the eerie underground chamber in the towers hidden in a valley of mists, not only Topaz but Terra itself would be destroyed.
First Page:Transcriber's Notes: Obvious printer errors have been corrected (including switched lines). Ellipses have been standardised. Otherwise the text is as printed.
THE DEFIANT AGENTS
By Andre Norton
RIDE PROUD, REBEL! STORM OVER WARLOCK GALACTIC DERELICT THE TIME TRADERS STAR BORN YANKEE PRIVATEER THE STARS ARE OURS!
Edited by Andre Norton
SPACE PIONEERS SPACE SERVICE
THE DEFIANT AGENTS
BY ANDRE NORTON
THE WORLD PUBLISHING COMPANY
CLEVELAND AND NEW YORK
Published by The World Publishing Company 2231 West 110th Street, Cleveland 2, Ohio
Published simultaneously in Canada by Nelson, Foster & Scott Ltd.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 62 9063
Copyright © 1962 by Andre Norton All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permission from the publisher, except for brief passages included in a review appearing in a newspaper or magazine. Printed in the United States of America... Continue reading book >>
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Reviewer: Bernie - February 9, 2014
Subject: Poor sound quality
Once again the story may be good but due to the muffled quality of the recording it is hardly worth listening to.