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Earthman on Venus

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Earthman on Venus is a thrilling science fiction novel that transports readers to a distant planet filled with mysterious creatures and perilous adventures. The protagonist, Myles Cabot, finds himself stranded on Venus and must navigate its treacherous terrain while trying to survive and find a way back to Earth.

The author, Ralph Milne Farley, does an excellent job of creating a vivid and immersive world, filled with detailed descriptions of the alien landscape and the strange inhabitants that Myles encounters. The pacing of the story is fast-paced and keeps readers on the edge of their seats, as Myles faces one danger after another.

One of the highlights of the book is the character development of Myles, as he grows and adapts to the challenges of Venus. His determination and resourcefulness make him a compelling protagonist, and readers will find themselves rooting for him throughout the story.

Overall, Earthman on Venus is an exciting and imaginative novel that will appeal to fans of science fiction and adventure. Farley's skillful storytelling and compelling characters make this a must-read for anyone looking for an escapade into the unknown.

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When Myles Cabot accidentally transmitted himself to the planet Venus, he found himself naked and bewildered on a mystery world where every unguarded minute might mean a horrible death.

Man-eating plants, tiger-sized spiders, and dictatorial ant-men kept Myles on the run until he discovered the secret of the land—that humanity was a slave-race and that the monster ants were the real rulers of the world!

But Cabot was resourceful, and when his new found love, the Kewpie-doll princess Lilla, called for help, the ant-men learned what an angry Earthman can do.

AN EARTHMAN ON VENUS is a science-fiction adventure packed with the excitement of an Edgar Rice Burroughs, and the science-vision of an H. G. Wells. You won’t be able to put it down once you start it.

An Earthman on Venus was originally titled, The Radio Man, when first published in 1924.

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