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The Eternal Wall

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A scream of brakes, the splash into icy waters, a long descent into alkaline depths ... it was death. But Ned Vince lived again ... a million years later, thanks to the strange creatures who had evolved on Earth after the Age of Man!
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Published November 1st 1942 by Wildside Press
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Adam Smith
May 02, 2016 Adam Smith rated it really liked it
After a drunken evening gone awry, Ned Vance crashed his car into the frozen waters of a nearby lake. A million years later the Earth is ruled by a species of super-intelligent marmots. A scientist named Loy Chuk stumbles across the frozen remains of Ned Vance and decides to reanimate him, but will Ned Vance be able to cope with the knowledge that he is the only man left on Earth without any way of going home?

This was a weird one. I mean super weird. It didn't really go anywhere, but the final f
Marts  (Thinker)
Nov 20, 2010 Marts (Thinker) rated it it was amazing
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An interesting tale of a young man called Ned Vince who, whilst on his way to meet his girlfriend, runs off the road and crashes into a rather alkali lake which mummifies his body. He wakes up a million years later on a rather strange earth and is taken to the city of Kah-Rah, he was found by a scientist there called Loy Chuk who must communicate with him via a black box. Ned wants to go home to Earth so, since a time machine doesn't exist an illusion of his Earth is created......
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Ned Vince was on his way to Hurley to meet his girl. Unfortunately, he was driving too fast along Pit Bend. When another car came around the curve, he was blinded by its headlights and swung his steering wheel to the right. The tires skidded on the loose gravel. The car went through the barrier and over the embankment. It struck a boulder that sent it and Ned sailing through the air and then down into the inky waters the Pit, 50 feet below. It didn’t take long for the car to sink into the ...more
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Raymond Zinke Gallun (March 22, 1911 - April 2, 1994) was an early science fiction writer.

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