THE GREAT WHITE SPACE by Basil Copper

THE GREAT WHITE SPACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Professor Clark Ashton Scarsdale, a brilliant scholar-explorer, leads a small party of conveniently unquestioning recruits to the mysterious underground haunts of an ancient extraterrestrial civilization, somewhere east of Tibet. Sinister evidence of present occupancy mounts, in Copper's would-be-sonorous prose style, as the luckless five explore the vast subterranean labyrinth. Sci-fi horror of the school which mercifully subjugates sci to vague intimations of doom, and very nicely put together, even if the writing is careless.

Pub Date: Feb. 5th, 1974
Publisher: St. Martin's