Exiles of ColSec

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Atheneum, 1984 - Science fiction. - 126 pages
6 Reviews
When a space craft carrying twelve youthful offenders, who have in someway rebelled against the Earth's harshly authoritarian society, crash lands on an alien planet, the six survivors must contend with the planet's hostile life forms.

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Review: Exiles of Colsec (Colsec #1)

User Review  - Jennifer Risley - Goodreads

So..this was a fun book. It's a basic plot with a little twist and turns with an interesting idea of how a planet would funchion. It's easily followed and fast paced. I think the world would stick out ... Read full review

Review: Exiles of Colsec (Colsec #1)

User Review  - Owen - Goodreads

I loved this book growing up, I stumbled upon it in the public library. borrowed it and read it quickly I was probably in middle school. I refound it I'm college and re-read it and liked it just as ... Read full review

Contents

Dream and Nightmare
9
The Choice
15
World of ColSec
22
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Douglas Hill is the principal of his own engineering firm, Douglas Hill, Eng. ScD., P.E.

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