KEY OUT OF TIME by Andre Norton
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KEY OUT OF TIME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Again, Andre Norton, one of the greats among writers of teen -age science fiction (Galactic Derelict, 1959, p.658, J-316, for one), has employed his boundless imagination to create a story about two Time Agents who are catapulted back 10,000 years in time, on the deserted planet, Hawaika. The eerie adventures of Ross Murdock among three unique prehistoric races end in a horrifying, but fascinating other world battle. The appearance of the Baldies, hairless creatures who claim power by reading men's minds, constitutes an unusual threat to the agents. Owing to the author's exceptional mastery of detail, and astute control of plot, Key Out of Time stands as a novel which should more than satisfy young science fiction fanciers and fanatics.
Pub Date: April 1st, 1963
ISBN: 1421846918
Page count: 228pp
Publisher: World
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1st, 1963




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