Galaxy of The Lost

Galaxy of The Lost

Gregory Kern / May 28, 2020

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  • Title: Galaxy of The Lost
  • Author: Gregory Kern
  • ISBN: 9780452000032
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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        Gregory Kern is a pseudonym of E.C Tubb.


    1. This is the first book in the Cap Kennedy space opera series and it was really good, maybe just under a 4 star rating. I was caught up completely but the ending was fairly weak and closed off too fast, which lowered the rating a bit.In this first book, space ships are disappearing in a sort of Bermuda Triangle of space and Cap Kennedy and his agent friends try to solve the mystery.

    2. This is the first novel in a seventeen novel saga. Here we learn about Captain Kennedy, a spy/agent that acts as a judge, jury and executioner in any situation that threatened the peace of Terra Sphere (a federation of planets). A Free Acting Terran Envoy (F.A.T.E.). We also learn about the ship they travel "Mordian" and the crew/companions of Kennedy; engineer Penza Saratov, scientist Professor Jarl Luden and alien navigator Veem Chemile, a humanoid chameleon that says he is descended from the [...]

    3. I miss series like Cap Kennedy. One of the first series that hooked me on science fiction was Perry Rhodan. It was perfect for a young fan. New books appeared every month. Then DAW decided to publish their own version. Donald Wollheim contacted E. C. Tubb (writer of the popular Dumarest series) about writing a new house series for him. Cap was a mix of James Bond, Perry Rhodan, and Doc Savage.In this book, starships are disappearing in the "Bermuda Triangle" of space. Cap goes undercover on a sh [...]

    4. In the first couple chapters the hero seemed arrogant and hypocritical; summoned from the beach to receive his next mission, he acted like a jerk to the agent telling him about missing space ships he was to investigate, while accusing him of playing games, and later he may be involved in the missing ships. It turns out otherwise but this is never addressed later in the book, the character forgotten. After that it picks up as they board a ship heading into the disappearance are, and we have a fai [...]

    5. Een eerste kennismaking met onze helden. Kap Kennedy komt nogal arrogant over maar dat is waarschijnlijk zo niet bedoeld, het moet eerder duidelijk maken dat hij een superheld is zoals ze vroeger beschreven werden voordat ze "menselijker" moesten worden. Spaning en actie met een dosis humor - het bekende succes recept. Goed maar gedateerd.

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