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Anton York, Immortal

by Eando Binder

Cover artist unknown

Publisher: Belmont

Pub year: 1965

Cover price: 50¢


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Cover tagline

This is a novel of the last world

Back cover text

Do you want to be immortal?

Anton York is a man of tomorrow. He has discovered the secret of voluntary suspended animation and requires no food or air. He can live where he pleases, when he pleases, for as long as he wants. Somewhere in the dim future ages, this man-made God must die. But how?

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Interior text

"People of the Solar System!" The cold emotionless voice was heard throughout the nine planets. "You are aware that the number six moon of Jupiter has vanished from its agelong orbit. Where is it, you ask. It is at present a good many millions of miles from its former position and is still moving away. This phenomenon is unprecedented. You wonder what inconceivable, but natural force has done this."

The speaker paused and then went on dramatically. "It is not a natural force! It is man-made! Your lost moon has been dragged away from Jupiter — literally — by means of a force beam and a supremely powerful engine. I, the Immortal, built this super-engine and moved a world!

"My price for the return of your moon will be complete rule of the Solar System."