Aliens Stole My Body (Rod Allbright and the Galactic Patrol)
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BRING BACK ROD'S BODY!
Rod Allbright has found his father -- but lost his own body! It's been stolen by BKR, the most fiendish villain in the galaxy, which leaves Rod sharing the body of a one-eyed, blue alien named Seymour.
Alas, when it comes time to go after BKR, Rod is forced to stay behind so that the little villain won't be able to get at the world-destroying secret locked in Rod's brain.
Stranded on an alien planet with only Madame Pong, Seymour, Snout, and his annoying cousin Elspeth for company, Rod fumes at being left behind. Little does he know he's about to be drawn into a web of alien plots that will test his courage to the utmost -- and ultimately bring him face-to-face with BKR.
around our neck. “There,” said a deep voice. “That ought to take care of him.” A collar! wailed Seymour. A wave of terror shivered through me. Finally remembering that “Stay calm” was the total content of the first chapter of Secrets of the Mental Masters, I tried to push the fear away. It wasn’t easy. No one from our group knew where we were. And the people who had captured us thought we were some kind of animal; they had no idea there were not one but two intelligent creatures living in this
maybe I had finally cracked the communication problem. But if the only way I could get through to someone was by being at the edge of death, I clearly had a way to go yet. Krixna came over and put her arms around our neck. “I’m going to miss you, Mr. Eyeball Guy,” she sniffed. “But I’m glad you’re okay.” “No hard feelings, eh?” said Grumbo, patting us on the top of our eyeball. “It was an honest mistake, after all.” He turned to Snout and Madame Pong. “Strangest being I ever saw. What planet
Ferkel, a signal that would say, “I’m ready.” Clenching the ring, I put my hand over my heart and made a slight bow. Madame Pong tapped her forehead against mine, which I guess is something they do on her home planet. At last it was Grakker’s turn. He stared up at me for quite a while, then finally growled, “If ever I have a ship again, there will be a place in my crew for you, Deputy Allbright.” “There is no captain I would rather serve,” I replied. Grakker nodded, then backed away without
of course. I don’t have the slightest idea, I replied. I wanted to ask Snout about it, but he had broken his contact with us. We turned to the ship, and I studied it with pleasure. (One of the few good things about being stuck inside Seymour was that he had the most phenomenal eyesight you can imagine. I saw things more clearly, and in more detail, than I ever had before.) The ship was sleek and powerful, and it pleased me that it belonged to my father. * * * The room we sat in to talk
aloud. “It’s still disturbed by the fight we had here with BKR and Smorkus Flinders.” “So this is just indigestion?” asked Snout as the ship shuddered again. “When you’re inside a creature this big, indigestion can be fatal!” replied my father urgently. Even as he spoke, we heard another rumble. The ship lurched sideways. “We’ve got to get out of here!” cried Dad. “Right now! Flinge Iblik, contact the Ferkel. Tell them to follow me.” Snout went to the ship’s radio. No sooner had he delivered