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Armchair Fiction > Double Novels


Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “The Human Termites” by venerable sci-fi author, David H. Keller, M. D.  Hans Souderman was an eccentric yet brilliant scientist who knew the truth:  the world was on the brink of a massive invasion—by termites!  As incredible as it seemed, Souderman had positive proof that the human race was in danger of extinction.  He had spent the greater part of his life studying termites and he now came to America to enlist aid in the battle against them.  Unfortunately for humanity, in subterranean lairs unknown to the surface world, the masters of the termite race had been breeding a mammoth army of giant termites—millions upon millions of them—that was now ready to burst upon the surface and exterminate mankind!  David H. Keller was one of the most beloved authors of the pulp era.  His fantastic imagination led to the creation of some of the most memorable novels and stories of that time.  “The Human Termites” is clearly one of his best tales.  The second novel is about the struggles of a doomed planet, titled  “The Ambassador From Marsby Harl Vincent.  Frank Chandler was slowly being overcome by the banality of his life.  The young architect’s youthful spirit had nearly left him.  Life was no longer a joy.  Then one balmy New York evening he fell victim to an extraordinary event—with the flick of his cigarette lighter, he found himself kidnapped to the planet Mars!  He woke up in a massive spaceship headed for the Red Planet, now in the care of the Neloia, the humanoid race that inhabited Mars.  Over the next several months, Frank became educated not only to the ways of the Neloia, but also to the conditions on Mars itself, which—for the Neloia—were deplorable.  Their entire race had been reduced to a tiny fraction of its former size because of constant attacks by the dreaded Breggia, a race of nearly indestructible monsters that lived beneath the Martian surface.  Even worse, the planet Mars was dying.  In a short span of years all life would perish.  It was up to Frank Chandler to take this desperate message back to Earth and negotiate a deal to save the last remnants of the Martian civilization. 

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