The Onslaught from Rigel
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The Onslaught from Rigel

By Fletcher Pratt
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  • The Onslaught from Rigel
  • A jagged beam of flame, intenser than the hottest furnace leaped through the air, struck the green globe and reached the earth in a thousand tiny rivulets of light.
    • THE ONSLAUGHT FROM RIGEL
    • FLETCHER PRATT
  • THE ONSLAUGHT FROM RIGEL
  • CHAPTER II
    • A Metal Community
  • CHAPTER III
    • Rebellion
  • CHAPTER IV
    • Flight!
  • CHAPTER V
    • The Menace
  • CHAPTER VI
    • The Terror by Night
    • Instead of the darkness he had expected, the deck was flung into dazzling illumination.
  • CHAPTER VII
    • An Exploration
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • The Dodos are Bombing
  • CHAPTER IX
    • The Opening of the Conflict
  • CHAPTER X
    • Hopelessness
    • One of the things would swing its trunk around and discharge a light-bolt at a house or other object.
  • CHAPTER XI
    • Capture
  • CHAPTER XII
    • The Poisoned Paradise
    • He was rewarded by a tearing pain in his fingertip. Behind the ground glass a red light now appeared.
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • The Lassan
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • In the Passages
    • Half a dozen ape-men stood behind the benches of their masters apparently serving at this singular meal.
  • CHAPTER XV
    • The Lassan Explains
    • The star, like our own sun, was threatened by some enormous catastrophe, a titanic explosion.
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • A Dash for Freedom
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • Marta's Sacrifice
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • The End of the Light-Ray
    • This shows that Mr. Pratt's conception of the elephant-men is not so far-fetched. This photo is Ganesha, a Hindu god, patron of art and literature Ganesha symbolizes to the Hindus wisdom and knowledge.
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • The Gravity Beam
  • CHAPTER XX
    • The Coming of the Green Globes
  • CHAPTER XXI
    • Reinforcements
  • CHAPTER XXII
    • The Great Conflict
  • CHAPTER XXIII
    • Into the Depths
  • CHAPTER XXIV
    • The Ending of It All
    • Behind them something fell with a crash; ape-men ran gibbering with fright.
    • THE END
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