Literature: Andrew Bruce
Andrew Bruce is the name given to a series of two books by Kir Bulychev about an agent of the Space Navy. In the course of his travels for interplanetary space agency, the hero faces the need to demonstrate real, genuine courage and determination. In the first novel, Andrew Bruce faces a conspiracy on the planet Pe-U, which recalls the author's experience in Burma. The second novel is dedicated to surprising consequences of the experiment to accelerate the evolution of flora and fauna, and social development of people who had at one distant planet unknown to the representatives of advanced civilization. Works devoted to Andrew Bruce are written in a tough, reliable manner, with special paid to moral and social issues.
- Space Fleet Agent
- The Witches' Cave
- Bad Ass: Bruce
- Big Bad: Proog in Space Fleet Agent, Oktin Khash in The Witches' Cave.
- Dramatic Space Drifting
- Expy: Oktin Khash for Genghis Khan.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Bruce's space phobia.
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