Jack of Eagles
by James Blish
Publisher: Gerard Arthus 1952
Number of pages: 130
Only recently, Danny was an average New York copywriter, until he suddenly found he had ESP. His knowledge of the future is astonishing, and the rest of Danny's powers are just beginning. But someone has plans for Danny: a mysterious group of sinister men bent on world domination. They'll stop at nothing until they capture Danny ... or destroy him.
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