FIVE SCIENCE FICTION NOVELS by Martin -- Ed. Greenberg

FIVE SCIENCE FICTION NOVELS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mythical cities, human mutants, plagues, composite and apposite worlds, and universal power, these derive from the Dick Tracy to the super-science schools. Norvell Page authors Hut Without Horns In which the last human succumbs to slavery; Fritz Lieber in Destiny Times Three writes of other worlds and men; A. E. Van Vogt in The Chronicles tells of the extra dimension and civilization visible through a third eye; Norman Knight's is a tale of submarine conflicts; Jack Williamson's The Crucible of Power is about a father who would conquer the cosmos. Longer versions that do not top their shorter brothers.

Pub Date: March 28th, 1952
Publisher: Gnome