THE NINTH GALAXY READER by Frederik- Ed. Pohl

THE NINTH GALAXY READER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A mixed dozen of ""futuribles"" which has something old--reproducing robots with man as a surplus commodity; something new--Lester Del Rey's To Avenge Man which introduces Sam, a lovable, loyal robot and Frederik Pohl's The Children, of Night which shows how a super-manipulator can bring man and enemy, alien together; something borrowed--true love found in a world without love and something blue--a question of the sanity of survival when one must resort to in Richard Wilson's The Watchers in the Glade. No super novas but a few bright spots.

Publisher: Doubleday