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E.C. Tubb's


The singular reimagining of the Alphan's epic journey

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Foreword by Anton Phillips

Foreword by Philip Harbottle

A Special Note from  Lisa John (E.C. Tubb's granddaughter)

Afterword by Ian Sharpe

A hellbroth born of the Earth's atomic waste and the Universe's own fury propel the men and women of Moonbase Alpha into a dimension where the familiar is torn away and the unimaginable awaits. Newly-assigned Commander John Koenig must lead the orphaned colony as they seek to adapt and survive with little hope of ever finding a new home.


Originally published in 1976, Powys Media presents E.C. Tubb's reimaging of the cataclysmic event of September 13, 1999 and its consequences. Here, the Moon and its inhabitants not only leave Earth's orbit, but Time and Space are shifted towards the fantastic.  In the new dimension where they find themselves, a single flinch can cost a man his life, ancient caverns hold a secret as mysterious as the pyramids of ancient Egypt, and the Alphans must face the reality that the greatest threat to their continued existence may come from within.


And looming above, a great black void pulls them and a new generation of Alphans into the maw of what may be their very destruction

Published February 2022

Cover art by Ken Scott

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