Invaders from the Infinite
Spastic Cat Press, 2011 - 166 pages
Invaders from the Infinite is the 1961 sci fi novel by John W. Campbell, Jr. and is an expansion of stories that originally appeared in the magazine Amazing Stories Quarterly. Invaders from the Infinite is the third volume of John Campbell's Arcot-Morey-Wade science fiction series, following The Black Star Passes and Islands of Space chronicling the adventures of the three young scientist-inventors as they almost single-handedly save the Earth, Venus, people of another galaxy and most of the known Universe. Whatever comes along, Arcot, Morey, and Wade take the lead in producing new inventions to handle it. Invaders from the Infinite concerns the trios attempts to help a race of superdogs. John Wood Campbell, Jr. as an influential figure in American science fiction, editor of Astounding Science Fiction and generally credited with shaping Golden Age of Science Fiction. Isaac Asimov called Campbell "the most powerful force in science fiction ever, and for the first ten years of his editorship he dominated the field completely."