Running an airship took nerve, steadiness of purpose, a definite, concrete way of looking at things. Dave knew in his own mind that the Drifter was each hour speeding farther and farther away from the haunts of men. He recalled the old adage, however, which says "the more haste the less speed," and he determined to stick to the plan he had mentally outlined at the start.
by Roy Rockwood
by Roy Eskapa, David Sinclair
by Michael Samuels, Mary Rockwood Lane
by Roy Kesey
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