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  • ISBN 0061059102
  • ISBN13 978-0061059100
  • Language English
  • Author Gene DeWeese
  • Publisher HarperEntertainment (August 4, 1999)
  • Formats azw txt mbr txt
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
  • Size ePub 1116 kb
  • Size Fb2 1532 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 290

Will they find salvation--or their ultimate destruction?

Still lost in uncharted space, the Robinsons land the Jupiter Two on an Earthlike planet that has suffered a mysterious disaster. There is apparently no one alive. Roads and cities have literally melted, except for one mysterious building protected by a still-alive force field.

Inside, they find a maze of doors, each opening to a terrifying alien experience--and an awesome new power beyond all imagining. Will the secret of the Vault save the Jupiter Two and show the way home to Earth? Or will it be used by the nefarious Dr. Smith to destroy the hated Robinsons once and for all?

Gene DeWeese gives an exciting, fresh spin to science fiction's most popular series in this authorized new original novel that continues the adventures of the Robinsons begun in the hit film Lost in Space. This all-new Lost in Space combines the nonstop thrills of the classic series with an exciting contemporary edge.


Gene DeWeese gives an exciting, fresh spin to science fiction's most popular series in this authorized new original novel that continues the adventures of the Robinsons begun in the hit film Lost in Space.

Gene DeWeese gives an exciting, fresh spin to science fiction's most popular series in this authorized new original novel that continues the adventures of the Robinsons begun in the hit film Lost in Space. This all-new Lost in Space combines the nonstop thrills of the classic series with an exciting contemporary edge.

Gene DeWeese gives an exciting, fresh . April 1999 : UK Audio Cassette. Genre: Science Fiction. Used availability for Pat Cadigan's The Vault.

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Still lost in uncharted space, the Robinsons land the Jupiter Two on an Earthlike planet that has suffered. Having survived another "blind" hyperjump on their quest to find their way back to Earth, the Robinson family discovers the remains of a highly advanced civilization. But its legacy of alien technology may give evil Dr. Smith the power to destroy the Robinsons once and for all.

Thomas Eugene DeWeese (January 31, 1934 – March 19, 2012) was an American writer of science fiction, best known for his Star Trek novels. He also wrote Gothic, mystery, and young adult fiction, totalling more than 40 books in his career. He published as Gene DeWeese and Jean DeWeese; his pseudonyms as a collaborator included Thomas Stratton and Victoria Thomas.

Summary Bibliography: Gene DeWeese. 1 Black Suits from Outer Space (1985). 2 The Dandelion Caper (1986). Author: Gene DeWeese Author Record 85. Legal Name: DeWeese, Thomas Eugene. 3 The Calvin Nullifier (1987).

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Thomas Eugene DeWeese (1934-01-31)January 31, 1934 Rochester, Indiana. At the same time, the amount of floor space in their homes has been steadily increasing. To choose floor space over friends, to choose stuff over connection. The War on Drugs we’ve been fighting for almost a century now has made everything worse.

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Abuseyourdna
Sloppy writing at times, but the story was interesting. Though I'll never get why authors feel the need to use a character's full name every time they're referred to. John Robinson did this and John Robinson did that. Jeez!
Vispel
The movie was actually very well done. Excellent graphics and usage of sci-fi concepts, good acting with great casting and a well done story. It's highly under-rated. I would guess that over time with DVD and on-demand video it will certainly be very profitable. Then some day, maybe holywoods will be smart enough to make LIS 2.