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Transit (original 1964; edition 1974)
Transit by Edmund Cooper (1964)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0447752049, Mass Market Paperback)Richard Avery was a prisoner. His prison was not a harsh place of stone walls and unseen night nastiness; rather, it was warm, comfortable, wide-open. Avery and three other Earth people had been brought to this strange palnet, snatched across the galaxy in a fraction of a second, and studied carefully. The four did not know why they had been chosen, but they soon learned that on them depended the fate of a world!
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It lay in the grass, tiny and white and burning. He stooped, put out his fingers. And then there was nothing. Nothing but darkness and oblivion. A split second demolition of the world of Richard Avery. From a damp February afternoon in Kensington Gardens, Avery is precipitated into a world of apparent unreason. A world in which his intelligence is tested by computers, and which he is finally left on a strange tropical island with three companions, and a strong human desire to survive.But then the mystery deepens: for there are two moons in the sky, and the rabbits have six legs, and there is a physically satisfying reason for the entire situation.
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