Beneath the Moons of Kregen
John Blake, an officer of the British army at the close of World War Two, snatched from Earth abruptly and set down naked and unarmed on the savage world of Kregen by some unseen force, must fight his way to meet his destiny and an encounter with the man Dray Prescot, or accept failure and the ultimate revenge of the gods. Ken Bulmer's Kregen is a stark contrast between splendour and tragedy; a beautiful, yet dangerous world. It is a world upon which only the strongest and the bravest survive. Dray Prescot, of course, was one such, a man amongst men, a leader amongst leaders. Would John Blake possess enough courage and initiative to do likewise? Would he, too, earn the right to live and breathe the clear fresh air on a world in many ways wonderful, and in so many others, forlorn and terrible?