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Future Visions: 8 Vintage Sci-Fi Masterpieces Circa: 1932 to 1962
     

Future Visions: 8 Vintage Sci-Fi Masterpieces Circa: 1932 to 1962

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by Robert Bloch
 
This 461-page, vintage compilation of dark sci-fi and fantasy from 1932 to 1962 is perfectly formatted with a Table of Contents and beautiful illustrations. It includes: The Crowded Earth by Robert Bloch; Hail to the Chief by Sam and Janet Argo; The Machine that Saved the World by Murray Leinster; Pandemic by J. F. Bone; Next Door, Next World by Robert Donald Locke;

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This 461-page, vintage compilation of dark sci-fi and fantasy from 1932 to 1962 is perfectly formatted with a Table of Contents and beautiful illustrations. It includes: The Crowded Earth by Robert Bloch; Hail to the Chief by Sam and Janet Argo; The Machine that Saved the World by Murray Leinster; Pandemic by J. F. Bone; Next Door, Next World by Robert Donald Locke; Citadel by Algis Budrys; A choice of Miracles by Jame A. Cox and the Success Machine by Henry Slesarthe.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013559554
Publisher:
Publisher of One
Publication date:
06/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
765,375
File size:
813 KB

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This 461-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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Future Visions: 8 Vintage Sci-Fi Masterpieces Circa: 1932 to 1962 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gordon Randall Garrett wrote Hail to the Chief; within Garrett's book he quotes Sam and Janet Argo but they are not the author as stated by Chet Dembeck. This lazy "compiler" makes frequent mistakes when grabbing text and illustrations straight from the Proj_Gtnbrg_org site.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This collection of 8 sci-fi tales exceeded my expectations and was well worth the money! It is a great treat for any pulp fiction fan, such as myself. Not for everyone, but for those who don't mind reading quality fiction from another era.