Lost Stars: Forgotten SF Classics from the 'Best Of' Anthologies

Lost Stars: Forgotten SF Classics from the 'Best Of' Anthologies

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by Jean Marie Stine
     
 
This unique collection, available exclusively as an eBook, showcases nine "lost" masterworks of science fiction from classic "best of" anthologies that have been out of print and unobtainable for nearly fifty years. The anthologies include <I>The Best Science Fiction Stories and Novels 1956, The Best of If, The Best of Fantastic Universe, The Best Science

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This unique collection, available exclusively as an eBook, showcases nine "lost" masterworks of science fiction from classic "best of" anthologies that have been out of print and unobtainable for nearly fifty years. The anthologies include <I>The Best Science Fiction Stories and Novels 1956, The Best of If, The Best of Fantastic Universe, The Best Science Fiction, The Best of Galaxy, The Best of Planet Stories</I>, and <I>The Science Fiction Hall of Fame</I>. Featured stories are Nebula Award nominee Ross Rocklynne's satiric "The Diversifal," Hugo Award winner Frank Riley's "The Cyber and Justice Holmes," Nebula Award nominee Betsy Curtis' touching "The Peculiar People," Eric Fennel's delightful space romp "Doughnut Jockey," Arthur Leo Zagat's disaster epic of science gone awry "The Lanso Screen," Myrtle Benedict's affecting "Sit by the Fire," Chester Cuthbert's thought-provoking "The Sublime Vigil," Jame's Causey's hilarious "Teething Ring."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000076286
Publisher:
Renaissance E Books
Publication date:
07/15/2003
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,055,978
File size:
374 KB

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Lost Stars: Forgotten SF Classics from the 'Best Of' Anthologies 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Is this StarClan? Does anybody remeber me? StreakSky? -$$
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