Hi-res Frank Frazetta cover art for the 1964 Ace printing of Edgar Rice Burroughs' late work, Beyond the Farthest Star. Dashed out in late 1940, the two novellas are set in the bizarre solar system of Omos where 11 planets share not only a common orbit but also a common atmosphere(!). ERB was never one to let plausibility get in the way of a good yarn.

Hi-res Frank Frazetta cover art for the 1964 Ace printing of Edgar Rice Burroughs' late work, Beyond the Farthest Star. Dashed out in late 1940, the two novellas are set in the bizarre solar system of Omos where 11 planets share not only a common orbit but also a common atmosphere(!). ERB was never one to let plausibility get in the way of a good yarn.

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