Best of Lost 1950s Sci-fi Pulp

Best of Lost 1950s Sci-fi Pulp

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by Charles Dye
     
 
Imagine 167 pages of vintage, hardcore, pulp science fiction with no holds barred, and you have in an instant the essence of this compilation.

Plus, classic, pulp illustrations of beautiful – dare I say it – buxom babes!
It was a great adventure to search for and find such lost masterpieces as "The Man Who Staked The Stars," "The Ultoom Error", and of

Overview

Imagine 167 pages of vintage, hardcore, pulp science fiction with no holds barred, and you have in an instant the essence of this compilation.

Plus, classic, pulp illustrations of beautiful – dare I say it – buxom babes!
It was a great adventure to search for and find such lost masterpieces as "The Man Who Staked The Stars," "The Ultoom Error", and of course, "B-12's Moon Glow" and certainly "To Each His Star"

All of these long-forgotten gems were written during the 1950s, the golden age of pulp sci-fi -- and they won't disappoint!

Enjoy!

Chet Dembeck

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011884344
Publisher:
Publisher of One
Publication date:
10/15/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
585,714
File size:
741 KB

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This is a compilation of vintage science fiction pulp written by three of its best masters. Enjoy.

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Best of Lost 1950s Sci-fi Pulp 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
JLSuhr More than 1 year ago
Long out of print, these stories are golden moldies. Almost amusing in light of modern scientific knowledge, still a fascinating read. Very fun.
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I am somewhat new to this genre and this collection hit me square between the eyes with hardcore sci-fi. I loved it. The price was low and value was high.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This compilation of some of the best sci-fi pulp took me back to the future. I had forgotten just how visionary these writers were. Great catch. I recommend it!