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Science-Fiction Terror Tales #2020

Science Fiction Terror Tales Introduction essay by Groff Conklin Punishment Without Crime shortstory by Ray Bradbury Arena novelette by Fredric Brown The Leech shortstory by Robert Sheckley Through Channels

  • Title: Science-Fiction Terror Tales
  • Author: Groff Conklin Theodore Sturgeon Howard Browne Margaret St. Clair Anthony Boucher Isaac Asimov Alan E. Nourse Murray Leinster
  • ISBN: 9780671754136
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Science-Fiction Terror Tales By Groff Conklin Theodore Sturgeon Howard Browne Margaret St. Clair Anthony Boucher Isaac Asimov Alan E. Nourse Murray Leinster, Introduction 1955 essay by Groff Conklin Punishment Without Crime 1950 shortstory by Ray Bradbury Arena 1944 novelette by Fredric Brown The Leech 1952 shortstory by Robert Sheckley Through Channels 1951 shortstory by Richard Matheson Lost Memory 1952 shortstory by Howard Browne as by Peter Phillips Memorial 1946 shortstory by ThIntroduction 1955 essay by Groff Conklin Punishment Without Crime 1950 shortstory by Ray Bradbury Arena 1944 novelette by Fredric Brown The Leech 1952 shortstory by Robert Sheckley Through Channels 1951 shortstory by Richard Matheson Lost Memory 1952 shortstory by Howard Browne as by Peter Phillips Memorial 1946 shortstory by Theodore Sturgeon Prott 1953 shortstory by Margaret St Clair Flies 1953 shortstory by Isaac Asimov The Microscopic Giants 1936 shortstory by Paul Ernst The Other Inauguration 1953 shortstory by Anthony Boucher Nightmare Brother 1953 novelette by Alan E Nourse Pipeline to Pluto 1945 shortstory by Murray Leinster Impostor 1953 shortstory by Philip K Dick They 1941 shortstory by Robert A Heinlein Let Me Live in a House 1954 novelette by Chad Oliver

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    1. I ve always liked the mixture of science fiction and horror ALIEN was a great film and this collection manages to showcase several stories that do a great job of mixing the two There were a few misses along with the hits, but the good far outweighed the bad.My personal favorites ARENA, a story whose formula has been done many times in other stories and movies THE LEECH, because every collection like this needs good end of everything storyE MICROSCOPIC GIANTS, both weird and creepy.LOST MEMORY, b [...]

    2. Some early gems from Heinlein, PK Dick, Bradbury, Asimov, and Matheson A sci fi horror anthology focused on intellectual philosophical horrors for example, the difference between self and other , something probably pretty forward thinking novel for an anthology in the early 1950 s, I d guess I would have preferred I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, Harlan Ellison type sci fi horror, with a cover like that Still, some entertaining, lesser read stories from true sci fi masters.

    3. I vividly remember this anthol from sixth grade, especially that great cover in fact, when I was able to choose between this and the first edition, I definitely picked this one I got it from school not the regular library, but rather this single shelf of books in my classroom which all had those little envelopes inside them and cards so you could check them out I believe we got to keep them for 3 weeks too.The one I remember most of all was the Matheson Through Channels Me and a classmate even u [...]

    4. The theme of this short story collection is pretty well explained by the title Fifteen stories of varying quality from assorted SF authors, famous and not so famous Interestingly, some of the better known authors deliver the weakest stories Asimov s Flies , for instance, is just plain bad, as are Matheson s Through Channels and Sturgeon s Memorial The selections I liked best were by authors I didn t know The Arena Fredrick Brown , The Leech Robert Sheckley , and Lost Memory Peter Phillips Of not [...]

    5. This was in my mother s collection of little books stuffed into the shelf on the headboard of her bed I used to sneak in and read it until the pages were nearly coming out of the book.When I moved out I decided I needed to have my own copy, and so I hunted online until I found it.Fifteen short science fiction horror stories, all of them good, some of them even better.

    6. SF stories with horror elements Some really good stuff here I like this collection a lot Stories by Bradbury, Asimov, Brown, Boucher and others.

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