Trouble on Titan

Alan E. Nourse
science fiction, young adult
Trouble on Titan - Alan E. Nourse

When Tuck Benedict and David Torm faced each other on the bleak and frigid face of Titan, Saturn's sixth moon, they represented, literally, the opposite ends of the universe. For in the twenty-second century, Tuck represented the rich and easy civilization of an Earth that had grown luxurious by utilizing solar energy through a catalytic mineral produced in Titan's grim mines.

David Torm, whose ancestors had been exiled to Titan centruies before, stood for the hardened Titan colonists who huddled beneath their airtight dome to mine the metal responsible for Earth's prosperity. Meeting on the eve of an open revolt by the Titan miners against Earth's authority, these two teen-agers found ground for friendship that their bickering fathers could never see.

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Release date: 1954
Genres: science fiction, young adult
Updated: August 23, 2021
Other books by Alan E. Nourse
A Man Obsessed
Rocket to Limbo
Scavengers in Space
Star Surgeon
The Invaders Are Coming!
Tiger by the Tail and Other Science Fiction Stories
Raiders from the Rings
The Counterfeit Man and Other Stories
The Universe Between
Psi High and Others
Rx for Tomorrow
The Bladerunner
The Fourth Horseman
Short Works of Alan Edward Nourse