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6 Classic Sci-Fi Novellas and Tales Circa 1932 to 1962
     

6 Classic Sci-Fi Novellas and Tales Circa 1932 to 1962

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by James Schmitz, Teddy Keller, Richard O. Lewis, Jack Vance, Chet Dembeck
 
This 614-page, vintage compilation of dark sci-fi and fantasy from 1932 to 1952 is perfectly formatted with a Table of Contents and beautiful illustrations. It includes: Gone Fishing by James H. Schmitz; The Plague by Teddy Keller; Sjambak by Jack Vance; A Bottle of Old Wine by Richard O. Lewis; Irresistible Weapon by H. B. Fyfe and Slaves of Mercury by Nat Schachner.

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This 614-page, vintage compilation of dark sci-fi and fantasy from 1932 to 1952 is perfectly formatted with a Table of Contents and beautiful illustrations. It includes: Gone Fishing by James H. Schmitz; The Plague by Teddy Keller; Sjambak by Jack Vance; A Bottle of Old Wine by Richard O. Lewis; Irresistible Weapon by H. B. Fyfe and Slaves of Mercury by Nat Schachner.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012928993
Publisher:
Publisher of One
Publication date:
06/04/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
827,215
File size:
1 MB

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This 614-page compilation is written by some of the most prolific and talented writers of the Golden Age of Science Fiction and Fantasy pulp. Their work easily stands up to and exceeds today's standards. This ebook is perfectly formatted with an easy-to-use table of contents and is filled with beautiful illustrations.

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6 Classic Sci-Fi Novellas and Tales Circa 1932 to 1962 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
blueman2JO More than 1 year ago
This collection of classic sci-fi novels and short stories hit the spot for me. Granted, some of the tales ring with a childlike curiosity for a future world of conquering planets and traveling where no man has yet to set foot, but all in all the overall plot, story and characters make the collection well worth reading in my opinion. No for a causal sci-fi fan, but definitely a treat for those familiar with the genre.