Doc Savage

Doc Savage Doc Savage Meteor Menace is 3 in The Fantastic Adventures of Doc Savage Series. Read Doc Savage – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 273 pages
  • Doc Savage
  • Kenneth Robeson
  • English
  • 22 January 2018

10 thoughts on “Doc Savage

  1. says:

    Doc Savage and his crew are in Chile for the dedication of a hospital when a mysterious, blue glowing meteor passes overhead, causing them to lose their mental capacities until they wake up in Tibet How did that happen I can t say without spoiling it, but it is a hell of a good pulp adventure

  2. says:

    I read this some 42 years ago I couldn t remember any of it this go around, which I m not sure speaksto my ADHD or if it the story was that forgettable Some might suggest the latter simply because this is pulp fiction you have to stick your nose in the air when you say that Still, its typical Doc Savage, which means its non stop improbable action and just a fun read although i tend to cringethese days at the blatant and not so bla...

  3. says:

    March 1934 brought readers the Meteor Menace From Chile to Tibet, Doc trails the evil Mo Gwei and his henchmen Shrops and Saturday Loo Or are they his henchmen after all This book explored a new scientific discover, radiation, and what dangers it might bring Since this was new territory, Lester Dent took some liberties, and gave radiation very dangerous properties indeed Almost too realistic for its time, Meteor Menace is a very exciting yarn, and one of the few times Doc seems genuinely up Marc...

  4. says:

    There s a Hardy Boys effect to reading the Doc Savage stories in most cases, plot amnesia commences immediately after closing the book The writing is remarkable in its weird belt and suspenders attitude, suggesting a t...

  5. says:

    Back in the day as the saying goes I read all the Doc Savage titles that Bantam published I found them generally a fast and pleasurable read.

  6. says:

    A friend s older brother loved Doc Savage and loaned me a couple That s how I was introduced to the series I loved the covers from the start, but never really got into the stories I tried, though They seemed dated, back in the 70s, being about 40 years old at that point Now they re twice as old, but somehow don t seem anyout of date Not sure why I think thatEvery once in awhile I read another one They re always kind of interesting, sometimes for the action, sometimes for the exot A friend s older brother loved Doc Savage and loaned me a couple That s how I was introduced to the series I loved the covers from the start, but never really got into the stories I tried, though They seemed dated, back in the 70s, being about 40 years old at that point Now they re twice as old, but somehow don t seem anyout of date Not sure why I think thatEvery once in awhile I read another one They re always kind of interesting, sometimes for the action, sometimes for the exotic settings, butoften because of a sense of nostalgia that hangs around the characters and the books themselves There is also the amusement of seeing quaint science radio controlled airplanes and the like treated like wonders It s a window into 1930s imagination, and that has its rewards.You can t expect too much from such novels The plotting is almost always linear, with surprises that seldom surprise Most of the time, the author s told the stories and recounted the action in the most straightforward way Sometimes, the lan...

  7. says:

    This is where modern science and somewhat science fiction meet and cross, leaving one behind A blue meteor is causing troubles for Doc Savage and his men They race to the aid of Rae Stanley, a young woman who has lost her father to an evil genius named Mo Gwei We discover that the meteor is part of a larger piece of radioactive space debris which causes humans to lose all brain function It is likened to radium, which scientifically does not cause this phenomenon The twist at the end, very m This is where modern science and somewhat science fiction meet ...

  8. says:

    Another good Doc adventure that I read back in the 70s.

  9. says:

    Original publication order 13 March 1934 Bantam reprint order 3I ve been taking a break from Doc Savage for a few months, but this was a good way to get back into the habit Picking up almost immediately after the events of The Man Who Shook the Earth , Doc and his fantastic crew get swept up in an adventure leading from the deserts of Chile to the frozen heights of Tibet Many of the classic elements are here a truly bizarre weapon, a flamboyantly fiendish villain, a healthy dose of gadg Original publication order 13 March 1934 Bantam reprint order 3I ve been taking a break from Doc Savage for a few months, but this was a good way to get back into the habit Picking up almost immediately after the events of The Man Who Shook the Earth , Doc and his fantastic crew get swept up in an adventure leading from the deserts of Chile to the frozen heights of Tibet Many of the classic elements are here a truly bizarre weapon, a flamboyantly fiendish villain, a healthy dose of gadgetry, and lots of two...

  10. says:

    As hero pulp tales go, Meteor Menace has it all, including the bestowing of favorite Doc Savage novel title from me, though it s a close competition Yes, this is a winner all the way, and might be the first Doc book I d hand to somebody curious about taking a journey in the Savage landscape The dreaded Blue Meteor streaks across the heavens and leaves raving madmen in its wake Who you gonna call Doc Savage, of course In addition to a diabolical meteor, this tale has a classic supervilla As hero pulp tales go, Meteor Menace has it all, including the bestowing of favorite Doc Savage novel title from me, though it s a close competition Yes, this is a winner all the way, and might be the first Doc book I d hand to somebody curious about taking a journey in the Savage landscape The dreaded Blue Meteor streaks across the heavens and leaves raving madmen in its wake Who you gonna call D...

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