- ????: Regresso a Vida, Mass market paperback, in Portuguese as Regresso A Vida
- 1962: Recalled to Life, Lancer Mass market paperback, 144 pp.
- 1967: Recalled to Life, Lancer Mass market paperback, 144 pp.
- 1972: Recalled to Life, Doubleday Hard cover book
- 1974: Recalled to Life, Gollancz Hard cover book, 184 pp.
- 1974: Rsurrections, Marabou Mass market paperback, 256 pp., in French
- 1975: Recalled to Life, Panther Mass market paperback, 188 pp.
- 1977: Recalled to Life, Ace Mass market paperback, 238 pp.
- 1984: Rsurrections, Presses de la Cite Mass market paperback, ISBN 2-258-01325-9, in French
- 1991: Rsurrections, Pocket Mass market paperback, ISBN 2-266-04210-6, in French
(from Lancer 1962)
It was the supreme irony. Humanity, apparently, feared being RECALLED TO LIFE more than it feared death itself.
When Harker joined the little group of scientists, he didn't realize the problems he would face. Their discovery made it possible to revive corpses to a full, healthy life. They thought the world would welcome it as the greatest boon of all time.
Instead, the world fought them, bitterly and savagely. Bewildered, they could find no way to fight back. The problem was Harker's to solve, and there seemed to be only one answer...
Harker himself had to die!
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