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The Vega Sector
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The Vega Sector Volume 5
The Vega Sector

by K.H. Scheer and Kurt Mahr
Issued: April 1975
Futura / Orbit
ISBN 0860078299
Cover illustration by Chris Foss
192 pages

Translated into English by Wendayne Ackerman.

First published in English by Ace Books in 1970.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Ravaging through the far reaches of space was a race of reptilian beings who compulsively destroyed every civilisation they found . . . and now they had heard of Earth.

Perry Rhodan and his Third Power were mankind’s only hope against these marauders. With his Mutant Corps, Rhodan headed out into the distant besieged Vega system to fend off the aliens before they reached Earth.

But in the savage battle at the Vega sector, his ship damaged beyond repair, Rhodan is forced to crash-land on a Vega planet. And with Perry powerless, Earth is doomed to destruction by the slaughtering Topide reptiles . . .

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