CONQUEST OF EARTH by Manly Banister

CONQUEST OF EARTH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Science fiction with a somewhat new slant, but one that is unlikely to capture the audience dedicated to the use of devices making possible penetration of the outer space. For this reverses the process. A youth of the outer space has been trained for 17 years to return to a ravaged earth, held bondage by a strange race, there to rescue Man who has degenerated to unthinking creatures, and to reconquer earth. All sorts of use is made of extra sensory perception and application of untapped inner resources. All to the good no doubt, but it makes for a very esoteric form of science fiction, even more limited in appeal.

Pub Date: June 14th, 1957
Publisher: Bouregy & Curl- Avalon