A Honeymoon in Space
by George Griffith
Publisher: C. Arthur Pearson Ltd. 1901
Number of pages: 202
Lenox, the Earl of Redgrave, has made the greatest scientific discovery in the history of the world: a flying ship with the power to break free of Earth's gravity and take to the stars. But before he uses it to expand humanity's understanding of the universe, he has some personal business to attend to -- namely, wooing an old flame.
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