By A. E. Van Vogt
During this sequel to international of Null-A, Gilbert Gosseyn needs to learn how to use either hisbrains and serve as in numerous our bodies with a view to shop the universe from Enrothe purple.
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She sounded weary. ’ Gosseyn estimated that four of the ten minutes were gone. He wiped his damp forehead, and pressed on. ’ Leej shrugged listlessly. ‘I suppose they’re true. ’ She looked at him, her eyes wide and innocent. ’ Gosseyn had almost forgotten the man, but now he was forcibly reminded. There was a roar of outrage from the cell beyond the woman. ‘You see,’ yelled the giant. ’ He paced the floor. ’ He raised his voice in a frenzied shout. ‘Follower, if you hear me, let’s get some action.
Neither side yet realized that two utterly different systems for dealing with reality existed in the galaxy. Neither side had as yet become aware of the other. Both were systems that had developed in isolation from the main stream of galactic civilization. Both were now about to be drawn into the maelstrom of a war being fought on so vast a scale that entire planetary systems might be wiped out. He commented finally, ‘You seem to dislike these Predictors. ’ The giant had wandered away from the bars of his cell, and was leaning against the wall under the window.
And of course, he could hope. The bright room into which Leej led him was longer, broader and higher than it had seemed from the entrance below. It was a drawing room, complete with couches, chairs, tables, a massive green rug and, directly across from where he had paused, a sloping window that bulged out like a streamlined balcony from the side of the ship. ’ She shook her dark hair with a tiny shudder. ’ Gosseyn, heading for the window, was stopped short by her words. He half turned to ask her on what she based her confidence.
The Players of Null-A by A. E. Van Vogt