William T. Quick Books In Order

Planet of the Apes (2001) Books In Publication Order

  1. Planet of the Apes: The Adult Novelization (2001)
  2. Planet of the Apes: The Fall (2002)
  3. Planet of the Apes: Colony (2003)

Planet of the Apes Books In Publication Order

  1. Planet of the Apes (By:Pierre Boulle,Xan Fielding) (1963)
  2. Beneath The Planet of The Apes (By:Michael Avallone) (1970)
  3. Escape from the Planet of the Apes (By:Jerry Pournelle) (1973)
  4. Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (By:John Jakes) (1974)
  5. Planet of the Apes Movie Novelization (2001)

Planet of the Apes (2001) Book Covers

Planet of the Apes Book Covers

William T. Quick Books Overview

Planet of the Apes: The Fall

The starship Oberon is searching for its AWOL pilot when it crash lands on an unknown planet, leaving all but a handful of its crewmembers dead. And those who remain are not alone in this strange, inhospitable world. A savage insectile race waits just below the surface, massing to obliterate the unwanted invaders. And the Oberon’s last human survivors must look to unlikely allies for help: the apes they carried onboard. Using controversial gene technology, the starship’s scientists hope to transform the primates into a powerful army strong, agile, subservient…
and intelligent. But the consequences of playing God promise to be more devastating than anyone could have ever anticipated, ushering in a dark and terrifying future that will pit slave against master, ape against Man.

Planet of the Apes: Colony

A race of intelligent primates has made a distant world their home. Over the years their numbers have grown. And now, needing more room, the colony sends scouts into theunknown land beyond. But by venturing forward, the apes are encroaching upon hostile ground where creatures dwell that can rip an adult simian to pieces in less than an instant; monstrous reptilians whose incredible savagery isequaled only by their awesome brainpower. To venture into their midst is almost certain doom but to remain behind would be suicide. Because another foe is lurking in the shadows: the enemy called Man. And in the ruins of a crashed human starship a hideous melding of brain, flesh, and metal lives on waiting…
refusing to die as long as a single ape draws breath on the planet.

Planet of the Apes (By:Pierre Boulle,Xan Fielding)

Before you see the movie, read the original novel!First published more than thirty five years ago, Pierre Boulle’s chilling novel launched one of the greatest science fiction sagas in motion picture history, from the classic 1968 movie starring Charlton Heston and Roddy McDowell, through four sequels and two television series…
and now the newest film adaptation directed by Tim Burton. In the not too distant future, three astronauts land on what appears to be a planet just like Earth, with lush forests, a temperate climate, and breathable air. But while it appears to be a paradise, nothing is what it seems. They soon discover the terrifying truth: On this world humans are savage beasts, and apes rule as their civilized masters. In an ironic novel of nonstop action and breathless intrigue, one man struggles to unlock the secret of a terrifying civilization, all the while wondering: Will he become the savior of the human race, or the final witness to its damnation? In a shocking climax that rivals that of the original movie, Boulle delivers the answer in a masterpiece of adventure, satire, and suspense. From the Paperback edition.

Planet of the Apes Movie Novelization

Trillions of miles from an Earth in political and ecological turmoil, Captain Leo Davidson has crash landed on a different world a terrifying place where people are in chains…
and apes rule. Here, beneath twin suns, humans are lower creatures to be cornered, captured and broken, suitable only for the amuseme*nt of their simian masters, for hard labor, laboratory experimentation, and breeding. But Leo Davidson has brought something unthinkable to the Planet of the Apes: rebellion. And in the all consuming fire to come, a future will be determined…
and a past as well.

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