Eight stories, each preceded by an explanatory prologue, of the legends and history of the ascendancy of Dogs who, in some...

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Eight stories, each preceded by an explanatory prologue, of the legends and history of the ascendancy of Dogs who, in some 12,000 years have taken over the earth only to find that eventually they will be annihilated by ants. The stories show the disintegration of the human race, who taught the dogs to talk and read, the threat of the mutants, the good and the wild robots, the emergence of the cobblies and the insistence on the law of not killing. There's better writing here and a sustained philosophical theme that rates it above the usual SF.

Pub Date: May 28, 1952

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Gnome

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1952