Planet of the Apes: The Fall
The starship "Oberon is searching for its AWOL pilot when it crash-lands on an unknown planet, leaving all but a handful of its crewmembers dead. And those who remain are not alone in this strange, inhospitable world. A savage insectile race waits just below the surface, massing to obliterate the unwanted invaders. And the "Oberon's last human survivors must look to unlike...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 4th 2002 by HarperEntertainment
(first published 2002)
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This book changes the whole Planet of the Apes mythology. It attempts to explain how the "new" version started. Unfortunately, by having it all take place on another planet, possibly in another galaxy,it looses any sense of scariness the original contained. The original made clear the possibility of those events actually taking place in our future, RIGHT HERE. By changing the venue, this series loses it's hook.