The Winged Man by A. E. Van Vogt and E. Mayne Hull

By A. E. Van Vogt and E. Mayne Hull

From the bridge of the submarine *Sea Serpent*, Lt. William Kenlon observed a tremendous creature flying overhead with a wingspan not like any chicken the younger naval officer had ever obvious. virtually immediately it disappeared, and Kenlon proposal the unusual poultry were basically an apparition.Suddenly it reappeared. It was once now not a chicken, yet a guy with wings. Kenlon came upon himself is the chilly water, starting a trip right into a apprehensive destiny. right here a waterlogged Earth used to be populated through bird-men and fish-men, and the conflict among them was once certainly one of extermination.

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Jones-Gordon looked sharply at Kenlon. " Kenlon hesitated. It was a good point; he had to admit that. He said slowly: "At least, their defenses are good. A three-pound shell didn't even dent the metal used in the construction of their electronic time tube. Of course, Nemmo told me, when I was questioning him about the tube, that the groundmen used a uniformly thick metal in all their general purpose work. " Jones-Gordon was nodding with savage satisfaction. "We have aboard, Mr. Kenlon, forty-eight of the mightiest explosive weapons of our age.

The meaning of the words, it seemed to Kenlon, probably applied as much to her as to the men. "We all face the same problem — to get home," he said. " On the deck below, the men were evidently becoming impatient. One yelled something sharply. She answered resignedly, then turned to Kenlon. "Theirs is a sporting ship and they have weapons superior to ours. " The Tenant answered gloomily that she had suggested that. But that the men did not trust her. It occurred to Kenlon that he had had the same reaction to her.

The helmsman saluted. " "Tell Mr. Benjamin and Mr. Tedders what you saw happen to the skipper. And all of you remain on fullest alert. " He plunged down the hatch. Nemmo looked up in surprise from a copy of the Times he was bending over in his intent way. Kenlon didn't pause to write his question. He made his request verbally in the language of the winged men, and he must have been understood, for Nemmo looked at him sharply — and refused to give the information. "I'm sorry," he said in English.

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