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A World Gone Mad
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A World Gone Mad Volume 29
A World Gone Mad

by Clark Darlton
Issued: December 1977
Futura / Orbit
ISBN 0860079732
Cover illustration by Bob Layzell
128 pages

Translated into English by Wendayne Ackerman.

First published in English by Ace Books in 1973.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
On a lonely moon in deepest space a scout for Perry Rhodan's fleet encounters a strange, sentient orb. As a Springer attack force approaches the planet Goszul, the orb reveals its awesome power . . . but what are its intentions?

Meanwhile on Goszul, the Springers seem to have been vanquished by the Plague of Oblivion unleashed by Rhodan and his mutants. But the Springers have one devastating card left to play - hidden deep in the mountains, their mightiest battleship is nearing completion . . .

Also available in Orbit: Perry Rhodan Nos 1-28

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