Between Planets

Between Planets

Heinlein, Robert A.

Book 5.0 of Heinlein Juveniles

Language: English

Publisher: Baen

Published: Jan 1, 1951

Words: 64091
Pages: 260


The message had seemed simple, yet it was more complex than Don could have imagined. He was being called from Earth to an alien world for reasons unknown—save only that his life depended on it. But setting out for Mars and getting there in good shape turned out to be a lot more complicated than Don ever would have guessed possible. It was trouble enough being inexplicably hounded by Earth's secret police. But when he was hijacked by Venusian rebels, Don suddenly realized that he was trapped in the center of a war between worlds that could change the fate of the Solar System forever! At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management). ** ### Review ''Fine dialog, well-presented technical material, and a good story make excellent reading.'' --School Library Journal ''A tightly constructed tale of revolution in the sky.'' --*New York Times* ### From the Publisher Like many people, I go way, way back with Heinlein. My very favorite book (and one that stands out in my mind--and with much affection--to this day) is Tunnel in the Sky. I really, really wanted to go off to explore new worlds with a covered wagon and horses, like the hero does at the very end of the book. But one of the nice things about Robert Heinlein is that he's got something for everyone. One of my best friends has a different favorite: Podkayne of Mars. Go figure.                         --Shelly Shapiro, Executive Editor