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by Clark Darlton


The Thrall of Hypno (Perry Rhodan) epub

ISBN: 3441659910

ISBN13: 978-3441659914

Author: Clark Darlton

Category: Science Fiction

Subcategory: Science Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Ace Books (1972)

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Perry Rhodan even commanded a Mutant Corps that enabled him to create his own autonomous country. Why should he idly stand by while others acted? His talents made it possible for him to find thirteen mutants and to bring them under his mental control. With them he opened his campaign against his greatest adversary, against Perry Rhodan. Major Deringhouse grinned broadly. He stretched his long body and yawned heartily. He looked once more at the observation screen.

The Thrall of Hypno (Perry Rhodan). Peril on Ice Planet (Perry Rhodan, 23). Kurt Mahr. There are also extra stories - one continuing adventure, similar to a serial, and some "Shock Shorts" - continuing a series of SF short stories at the end of each book. Although these stories have nothing to do with Perry Rhodan, they are worth looking at. It's well worth reading the entire Rhodan series. 2 people found this helpful.

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1972) (Book 20 in the Perry Rhodan series) A novel by Clark Darlton. Genre: Science Fiction. Similar books by other authors. Secret Barrier X (Perry Rhodan, book 16) W W Shols. The Cosmic Decoy (Perry Rhodan, book 21) K H Scheer. Menace of the Mutant Master (Perry Rhodan, book 18) Kurt Mahr. Used availability for Clark Darlton's The Thrall of Hypno. December 1976 : UK Paperback.

An uninhabited planet. At least, no intelligent life was indigenous to this world. A primitive vegetation clung precariously to life there in the low-lying belts and on the flat slopes of the hills. Insects and small mammals lived in the deserts

An uninhabited planet. Insects and small mammals lived in the deserts. But none of these were a danger to man.

Perry Rhodan-Zyklus "Die Dritte Macht". Books related to Perry Rhodan 27: Im Banne des Hypno.

Into the empire of the Metalix-an intelligent but cruel race of robot men-journey the members of Perry Rhodan's staff. Homunk, an android crew member mistakenly identified as the returning god of these automatons, must fight to secure the freedom of the Galaxy. The battle between the non-believers and the crusaders begins as the monstrously evil-minded Metalix plot to destroy the Universe in their Solver Arrow armada. What the future holds for the Terranian and Arkonide stellar empires can only be found out by this journey- IN THE CENTER OF THE GALAXY.

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Simply put this book is not that well written. I remember the large hardback version of this thing way back in 78 or 79 on the scifi shelves of the local B. Dalton, and really being mesmerized by the cover art. Well, forty years later and I splurged on used copy off of Amazon after doing a search for the other cover art (the one with the city ships taking off and landing on giant columns, and the astronauts in their enclosed buggy near a rock).

The opening paragraphs were more narrative than descriptive. In fact the whole book is like that save for a few select moments. I couldn't get a sense of what any of the space craft looked like, I only got a brief sense of the action and Martian landscape, and there certainly wasn't anything about giant metropolis spaceships. In all rights I ought to give this thing one-star.

But I actually don't "hate" this book as such, I just don't like it. I guess the reason I don't hate it is because I didn't know what to expect. Well, now I do.

Like a lot of scifi this thing uses some psychiatric techniques to tell a story, one complete with uplifted rodents as crewmembers for the good guys. Using drugs and hypnotic trance like techniques to try and control people are things done by psychiatrists to alter mood and behavior. Putting them in the context of weapons explores their misuse by someone who is unscrupulous. Big deal. A) in reality it doesn't work, and B) it's not that well written a book.

All in all it's a tiring read, if somewhat lightweight in terms of prose. Truly, there isn't a whole lot here. Not even the characters are fleshed out to any degree.

Well, this is my first exposure to Clark Darlton, and I think I've had enough.

Read at your own risk.
Book 20 of this Space Opera is the finale of a trilogy of adventures with an Evil Mutant Master.

Monterny, the master of long distance hypnotism, makes a stand on Mars with the aid of his last mind controlled Mutant. This monster of a man, by the name of Ivan Ivanovich Goratschin, has two heads - and the power to make anything with either calcium or carbon in it to detonate explosively. Rhodan's Mutant Corps eventually makes Ivan one of their own, and Monterny, the evil hypnotist, escapes to the asteroid belt. I won't ruin the end of this trilogy except by saying that Monterny is defeated.

A new series of stories begins with number 22 - "The Cosmic Decoy".

I've never been this impressed by a series. I'm reminded of old cliffhanger serials like "Buck Rodgers" or "Flash Gordon" when reading these marvelous books. This series is still being published in Germany and is now well over 2,000 volumes. It's too bad American publishers stopped after only about 120 books. I had to learn to speak, read, and write German in order to continue reading Perry Rhodan.

This book contains another editorial, another science fiction movie section, and another letters column. There are also extra stories - one continuing adventure, similar to a serial, and some "Shock Shorts" - continuing a series of SF short stories at the end of each book. Although these stories have nothing to do with Perry Rhodan, they are worth looking at. It's well worth reading the entire Rhodan series.