Blake's 7

Blake s Exiled from Dome City where a vicious regime wields dictatorial power Roj Blake swears vengeance on the corrupt leaders who have destroyed his future Hijacking the Liberator the most advanced spacecr

  • Title: Blake's 7
  • Author: Trevor Hoyle
  • ISBN: 9780806511030
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Exiled from Dome City where a vicious regime wields dictatorial power Roj Blake swears vengeance on the corrupt leaders who have destroyed his future.Hijacking the Liberator, the most advanced spacecraft ever created, Blake travels to the sinister planet Cygnus Alpha There, risking the dreaded Curse of Cygnus, he rescues other victims of the regime from the megalomaniExiled from Dome City where a vicious regime wields dictatorial power Roj Blake swears vengeance on the corrupt leaders who have destroyed his future.Hijacking the Liberator, the most advanced spacecraft ever created, Blake travels to the sinister planet Cygnus Alpha There, risking the dreaded Curse of Cygnus, he rescues other victims of the regime from the megalomaniac VargasAnd with there allies he forms a fighting force to combat galactic injustice Blake s Seven From the latest spectacular television drama series by Terry Nation, creator of Survivors and other smash hit TV successes, top British science fiction author Trevor Hoyle has written a gripping novel of deep space action, adventure and intrigue.

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    616 thoughts on “Blake's 7

    • Okay now I guess I should owe my books an apology - I was out on my travels yesterday and I saw this book in mint condition in one of the charity book shops I haunt (their words not mine) and I could not resist it. So yes sorry all my usual reading was put on hold. But why, this is just a novelisation of a UK TV show from the 70s.Well for me this was the thing of dreams, I loved and feared this series in equal measure, like Dr Who (another show Terry Nations worked on) I would tune in and watch [...]


    • This novelisation is the first four episodes of the TV show. Unfortunately it wasn't as good as the old doctor who novelisations I've been reading lately. The nice things about novelisations is they tend to go into more depth, but unfortunately this wasn't really the case with this one. I was hoping for more background on the evil federation, feel more of the oppression of the dystopian Earth. But unfortunately that didn't happen. It also seemed to have been written before the episodes were film [...]


    • I really got into this novel, but probably because of it's nostalgia value for me. I grew up on B7 and finally being able to read it, rather than take in a television series missing a vital component, was a joy to behold.Gender stereotyping is, of course, alive and well (this is the seventies), after all. Cally and Jenna couldn't appear to be more different, and the threat of the assassins was very real and written with a great deal of tension.A cult classic, not to be missed by those in the gen [...]


    • "C1977. A spin off from a popular TV series which had me glued to the screen. ""The concrete chamber was dank and bare. Caged wall lights glowed a dull red, making areas of shadowy darkness so that it seemed a place without dimensions, a lost corner of a labyrinthine basement stretching for miles beneath the city. Water dripped solemnly, like slow seconds, and there was the sour odour of dampness and decay. """


    • Oh I loved this series on TV! Who cares about the cheap dodgy special effects when you had such great characters as Avon and Vila?!! Well, the first two seasons were great anyway, and there were good episodes amongst the poorer bits of season 3 and 4. I had such a crush on Avon! I loved his sarcasm! This was a good novel based on the scripts and it's been on my bookshelves for many years, and I still enjoy reading it.



    • Good novelizations of the first few episodes of the TV series by Astrophysicist Trevor Hoyle (or if you prefer Trevor Hoyle, the guy who wrote the two Andromeda books :-)



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