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A Fall of Moondust by Arthur C. Clarke


"A fascinating and stirring tale"
-The New York Times

"You'll be gasping for a breath of fresh air and combing imaginary dust out of your hair before you finish this one"
-Hollywood Citizen-News

The setting of this novel is the Moon in the 21st century and it is depicted with brilliant imagination.

But the vital core of the book is this: Will the crew and passengers of the Dust-cruiser 'Selene', buried 15 metres down in the Sea of Thirst, be rescued before half a dozen possible catastrophes overcome them?

As an adventure story of great originality and continuous suspense, there has been little to equal it for years.


Publisher (Year): Pan (1964)
Binding (ISBN): Paperback (n/a)
Cover Art: n/a

Condition: Good. Light crease to spine, very small section of spine top and bottom detached from board, rubbing to edges, tanned pages.

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