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This book presents 12 masterful tales of science fiction that are perceptive, witty, exciting and skillfully written and every story is a fascinating voyage of the creative imagination. The authors and titles are: George Sumner Albee, THE TOP; Poul Anderson, MY OBJECT ALL SUBLIME; J. F. Bone, ON THE FOURTH PLANET; Fredric Brown, EARTHMEN BEARING GIFTS; Algis Budrys, DUE PROCESS; A. Bertram Chandler, THE CAGE; Zenna Henderson, THINGS; J. T. Mclntosh, IMMORTALITY ... FOR SOME; Robert Scheckley, HUMAN MAN'S BURDEN; Cordwainer Smith, BALLAD OF LOST C'MELL; William W. Stuart, STAR-CROSSED LOVER; and, Robert F. Young, THIRTY DAYS HAD SEPTEMBER.
This is a collection of four science fiction stories including: Enough Rope by Poul Anderson; The Claustrophile by Theodore Sturgeon; The Children's Hour by Henry Kuttner, and Plus X by Eric Frank Russell.
This volume includes a large number of science fiction stories published between 1930 and 1945, from authors like Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Clifford D. Simak, Theodore Sturgeon, A.E. van Vogt, and many more.
Read the twelve superb stories in this book, and see what the best Science Fiction writers of our time think might happen ... or what might be happening now! Stories by Asimov, Goldstone, Russell, Tenn, Simak, Bloch, Davis, Sturgeon, MacFarlane, Anderson, Miller and Townes.
A classic anthology of science fiction stores originally public from 1929 to about 1947
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