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An edition of Area 51 (1998)

Area 51

The Reply

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This edition was published in by Dell

Written in English

376 pages

When nine atmospheric crafts of unknown origin were discovered in the Antarctic in the late 1940s, the U.S. government established Area 51 to study the abandoned technology. Dr. Hans Von Seeckt, who is the only original member of the secret research committee, has observed the marvelous craft in flight and witnessed a fantastic array of bizarre, unexplained phenomena. But Dr. Van Seeckt fears that the technology of the mothership is beyond our scope and an explosive threat to the entire planet. He must race against time to unlock the secret of the ship--and to the origins of mankind itself.From the Paperback edition.

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July 31, 2001, RH Audio Roads
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Area 51: The Reply
February 9, 1998, Dell
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Area 51

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When nine atmospheric crafts of unknown origin were discovered in the Antarctic in the late 1940s, the U.S. government established Area 51 to study the abandoned technology. Dr. Hans Von Seeckt, who is the only original member of the secret research committee, has observed the marvelous craft in flight and witnessed a fantastic array of bizarre, unexplained phenomena. But Dr. Van Seeckt fears that the technology of the mothership is beyond our scope and an explosive threat to the entire planet. He must race against time to unlock the secret of the ship--and to the origins of mankind itself.From the Paperback edition.

Area 51

The Reply

This edition was published in by Dell


First Sentence

"He watched the seven spacecraft lift out of the top of the palace, the rays of the rising sun absorbed by the black metal of their lean shapes."

Edition Notes

Series
Area 51 (2)

Classifications

Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 1246 vol. 22

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7519784M
ISBN 10
0440223784
ISBN 13
9780440223788
LC Control Number
98815893
Library Thing
218777
Goodreads
360925

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