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Monsters of Venus, by Martin Berman-Gorvine

A meta-fictional pulp adventure on Venus.


Monsters of Venus

Wildside Press, 2017, 173 pages



Life is never dull when you've created a new world or two! After restoring Princess Anya to her throne on Mars, Rachel, Katie, and Jack return to Venus to rescue Sonia, Katie's adopted sister, from the clutches of Da Mayor. With the help of Jack's brother and his friends, they also fight to free the inhabitants of the oppressed city. But Da Mayor can change the future and even erase Rachel from the world she created! Can Rachel and her friends survive long enough to overcome Da Mayor's evil plot and save the lives of everyone on Venus? Or is the planet doomed to return to a scorching, sulfur-filled death-trap, killing all who live there?


Oy Vey! Yiddish-speaking Venusians, Polish-speaking Martians, and fictional characters who won't do what they're told.

Also by Martin Berman-Gorvine: My review of Seven Against Mars.




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