Andromeda breakthrough / Fred Hoyle and John Elliot.
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- Physical Description: 192 pages ; 18 cm.
- Publisher: Greenwich, CT : Fawcett Publications, 1967.
- Copyright: ©1964
"A Fawcett Gold Medal book."
"Based on the BBC television serial of the same name."
This edition first published 1967.
The Andromeda Breakthrough was a 1962 sequel to the popular BBC TV science fiction serial "A for Andromeda". Kidnapped by Intel representative Kaufman , John Fleming along with Professor Madeleine Dawnay and Andromeda, the artificially constructed female humanoid, are brought to Azaran, a small Middle Eastern country. Upon arrival, the group find a duplicate of the machine Fleming designed has been built by Intel. After many dangers, Fleming finds both the reason for the original message having been sent and the means to bring the machine under human control. Things take a deadly turn when Fleming discovers the politically unstable leader's hope to make use of his and Dawnay's skills and Andromeda's other worldly abilities.
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