Two Hundred Million A.D.

By A.E. van Vogt

Rating: 3 stars

I enjoyed this pulp story of a god brought into human form in the far future, who has to fight to regain his power from the evil goddess who seeks to overthrow him.

Van Vogt can tell a story well and this is an excellent example of it. From the early frustration of the protagonist being manipulated, while seeing why it seems to be the logical thing for him at the time to his gaining knowledge and then the final battle. Rip-roaring stuff.

Book details

ISBN: 9780890833575
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp (Mm)
Year of publication: 1943

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