A Badger Book On Sunday With The Reverend R. L. Fanthorpe, Chapter 49

Rev Fanthorpe Frame

Another Sunday has arrived and so it’s time to beat a well worn path to the library shelves and have a rummage through the Badger section to make my choice of reading companion for the day. This time around I’ve gone for a title by Leo Brett, better known as the duo of R. L. Fanthorpe and Harry O. Mansfield – just one writer short of being a John E. Muller effort! Time to run the tagline;

Ghost towns were the rule… not the exception… The world was empty!

Ominous stuff indeed. The sadly uncredited cover features another one of Badger’s trademark disembodied heads looking down on a gigantic flying saucer which is being boarded by hundreds of passengers.

I’m looking forward to finding out the reason why humanity is forced to leave the Earth in this manner and if they can overcome the dangers now before them. I’ll be back again next week with another pick from the Badger shelf so be sure to join me then, your comments are as always appreciated

Exit Humanity by Leo Brett
(Serial Number SF40)
This version was published in 1960 by Badger Books
The cover artist is uncredited

Badger - Brett, Exit Humanity

Brett, Exit Humanity (Back)

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2 thoughts on “A Badger Book On Sunday With The Reverend R. L. Fanthorpe, Chapter 49

  1. lcmt 01/11/2015 / 12:57 pm

    It’s a nice change to see a floating head that is not gripped by terror or anxiety. This face is pretty darn serene, and just a little bit pensive.

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    • unsubscriber 04/11/2015 / 5:05 am

      Glad you enjoyed this one Lin, I’d definitely agree with you on pensive. All the best x

      Liked by 1 person

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