MARTIANS, GO HOME by Fredric Brown

MARTIANS, GO HOME

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An infestation of jeering, rude, evasive Martians disrupts the world and nothing is found to dislodge them or to discover their purpose. So, in 1964, writer Luke Devereaux, who finally decides he has invented them, escapes into not seeing them (which really makes him crazy in that day's eyes), and determines to destroy them creatively -- along with quite a few other people. And away they go. Fanciful doings lightly-like.

Pub Date: Nov. 14th, 1955
Publisher: Dutton