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Aliens: Labyrinth
Author(s) S. D. Perry
Publisher Bantam Spectra
Release date(s) March 1, 1996
Media type Paperback
Pages 243
Cover by John Bolton
ISBN 0-553-57491-4
Preceded by Aliens: Rogue
Followed by Aliens: Music of the Spears
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Aliens: Labyrinth, also known as Aliens: The Labyrinth,[1] is a 1996 novelization of the comic book series of the same name, written by S. D. Perry and published by Bantam Spectra.

Publisher's SummaryEdit

On the space station Inominata the infamous Dr. Paul Church has built a maze of tunnels. Church is hiding the results of his latest experiments. His aim... to bring human and alien together as one being!

Colonel Dr. Tony Crespi has one ambition — to work with Church, a brilliant scientist. But one by one the men on Inominata have been dying in the attempt to meld alien and man. When Crespi finds his way to the heart of the labyrinth he discovers a chamber of horrors — will he ever be able to find a way out...?

Short reviewEdit

Colonel Dr. Paul Church has discovered that Aliens communicate telepathically and that human will can alter an Alien's behavior. Colonel Doctor Tony Crespi is happy to be in on the action — until he discovers the truth. Church's experiments are only a front for one of the most warped projects ever, one that could turn the toughest of Army stomachs.


  1. At least one UK printing of the book bears the title Aliens: The Labyrinth.


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