By Stan Lee
The 1st ever ibooks novel by way of the mythical Stan Lee, founder of wonder Comics and co-creator of Spider-Man and the X-Men! The German battle laptop rolls throughout Europe, crushing every thing in its direction. the US and her Allies have just recently entered the conflict, yet is turns out either side are too lightly matched. The conflict may drag on for years, may perhaps pass both way...until the day the saucer fell like an arrow from the heavens, bringing with it secrets and techniques of world-shattering outcome. The Nazis are speedy to trap the spacecraft and its unearthly occupants; the Allies ship in a suicide squad, a bunch snidely known as 'Logan's Losers' - to both retrieve the extraterrestrial beings and their secrets...or damage them. Russia, too, learns of the downed flying saucers and sends their very own agent into the center of Germany. yet there's a traitor one of the Allied invasion strength, operating to carry the Allies down from inside of, and whilst Logan eventually reaches his aim, it's a prisoner of the 3rd Reich, sentenced to die on the hand of an previous, implacable enemy.
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A pilot? ” said Grandpere. He tried a weak grin. ” “British? ” Grandpere tried to think of an answer. “An Englishman,” said Papeau. “Very good,” said Borck. ” Papeau looked at Grandpere. “Well, we’re not really sure. His uniform looked like an English uniform. That’s what I thought. Of course, he was far off in the distance. ” Borck thought he could smell them. He moved several paces to his right to get upwind of them. ” They shook their heads. “Because if you did, those persons would have to be assumed to be part of the Resistance.
It was hard, too. The creature did not respond, so he pushed harder. Its resistance reminded Borck of wood. He could feel it give way a bit, but it was nonetheless solid as oak. If the creature felt pain, it would have felt the knife; however, it had not reacted. Borck considered pushing harder, but did not. He sat and tried to understand what lay before him. The only thing he knew clearly was that the ship this creature had come in, could contain undreamed-of secrets. He glanced back at the old couple crumpled together, weeping against each other.
His uniform looked like an English uniform. That’s what I thought. Of course, he was far off in the distance. ” Borck thought he could smell them. He moved several paces to his right to get upwind of them. ” They shook their heads. “Because if you did, those persons would have to be assumed to be part of the Resistance. ” “No, sir,” said Grandpere. “I stay out of politics. ” “He falls asleep when others discuss politics,” Papeau said. “You do understand,” sniffed Borck, “that if we find an airman concealed on this farm, we would be forced to conclude that you are with the Resistance.