Williamson, Jack – The Green Girl


Williamson, Jack - The Green GirlGenre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Avon
Number: 2
Publication Date: 1950
Edition: PBO
Cover Artist: Unknown

FROM THE BACK COVER:

BLACK DOOM!
PURPLE TERROR!
GREEN BEAUTY!

AT HIGH NOON, ON MAY 4, 1999, THE SUN WENT OUT! And at that moment the youthful Melvin Drake was thrust into the most amazing adventure ever encountered by mortal man. For years he had dreamed of a beautiful green-skinned girl and now that dream of love was to materialize in a threat that held the promise of death for every living being on earth!

To meet the challenge of a blacked-out world, Mel followed a scientific trail that led to dangers undreamed of. One by one, he was to face such fantastic challenges as:

THE RED GLOBE OF ATOMIC DESTRUCTION
THE DRAGON-PLANTS OF A HIDDEN WORLD
THE LORD OF FLAME IN A SERPENT’S BODY
THE SILVER GLOBES OF SUDDEN DEATH
THE MURDEROUS ZOMBIES OF MUTRON

Each crisis he met by the side of the girl of his dreams, THE GREEN GIRL, whose love was to offer him the clues by means of which a world could be saved.

Jack Williamson’s powerful novel of THE GREEN GIRL will remind every reader of the colorful imagination and vivid characters of A. Merritt.

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