By Stan Lee
The 1st ever ibooks novel via the mythical Stan Lee, founder of surprise Comics and co-creator of Spider-Man and the X-Men! The German struggle computing device rolls throughout Europe, crushing every little thing in its course. the United States and her Allies have only in the near past entered the warfare, yet is turns out either side are too calmly matched. The struggle may drag on for years, might cross both way...until the day the saucer fell like an arrow from the heavens, bringing with it secrets and techniques of world-shattering final result. The Nazis are speedy to seize the spacecraft and its unearthly occupants; the Allies ship in a suicide squad, a bunch snidely known as 'Logan's Losers' - to both retrieve the extraterrestrial beings and their secrets...or smash them. Russia, too, learns of the downed alien craft and sends their very own agent into the center of Germany. yet there's a traitor one of the Allied invasion strength, operating to convey the Allies down from inside, and whilst Logan ultimately reaches his aim, it's a prisoner of the 3rd Reich, sentenced to die on the hand of an previous, implacable enemy.
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Not her! Please! ” “Then tell me,” barked Borck. ” “Please! I don’t know anything! I’m just a farmer. The boy went for morels. Please! In the name of God—” The old man froze, looking toward his stable. ” demanded Borck. ” said the sergeant as the other men gawked, slowly raising their rifles. A strange creature with a bulbous head and great black eyes staggered into the sunlight. ” whimpered the old woman. What uniform is that? Borck thought. Some kind of liquid shimmered across the chestpiece, undulating like water in a breeze.
Nicole, my lovely, I think discretion is the better part of valor at this moment. ” She smiled. “Sixty-two Musgrave Square, Capitain,” she said. ” “Call me ‘Joe,’ ” he said. “Perfect,” she said. qrk 8/16/01 2:58 PM Page 48 19 OCTOBER 1942 OCCUPIED FRANCE, NEAR NANTES I f he allowed himself to think about it, he would simply stop. Stop moving, stop trying, stop caring. Stop living. He was already a ghost. Always hungry. Always taking the next step and the one after that by repeating the name of Levrier, the Resistance fighter his grandfather had mentioned.
The soldiers left. A few seconds later, Marcel heard the sergeant and the dog moving around to the front of the stable. He waited for them to come inside, but they didn’t. The yellowish aura which had enclosed them faded. The petals of the miraculous sphere slowed and closed. The angel’s head wobbled as if he were exhausted, then dropped back. From the pursing of his tiny mouth, he seemed to be breathing hard. He dropped the sphere into Marcel’s lap. When Marcel picked it up, it was as smooth and seamless as a billiard ball.
Alien Factor by Stan Lee