Space: 1999 The Forsaken
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Space: 1999 The Forsaken (Space: 1999)

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SPACE: 1999 The Forsaken is the second in Powys Media's new series of novels based on the science fiction television epic series. Set halfway between Year One and Year Two of the series, the novel deals with the tragic results of an attempted landfall on an inhabited world that could provide a home to the Alphans. Commander Koenig is forced to choose between survival and g...more
240 pages
Published December 3rd 2012
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Andrew Beet
i really did like this book it would have made a good episode of the tv series the story had everything you could want in a Space 1999 novel
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