Lost Sci-Fi Books 121 thru 130

Lost Sci-Fi Books 121 thru 130

Narrated by:
Scott Miller
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2023
7 hours 26 minutes
Lost Sci-Fi Books 121 thru 130 - Ten Lost Sci-Fi Short Stories from the 1920s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s

Seventh Victim by Robert Sheckley - The most dangerous game, said one writer, is Man. But there is another still more deadly!

The Turning Wheel by Philip K. Dick - If, after a great struggle, the East were to prevail over the world, what sort of civilization would be imposed by the victors?

Let's Get Together by Isaac Asimov - A kind of peace had endured for a century and people had forgotten what anything else was like.

Planet of the Angry Giants by Robert Silverberg - The inhabitants of Dunhill V were gigantic. They were peaceful and good natured until something happened to upset them—and then their wrath was truly terrific!

Escape by Paul Ernst - A brief weird tale about the escape of a madman!

Survey Team by Philip K. Dick - A brave new world or was it the long way home for these men?

Second Childhood by Clifford D. Simak - Achieving immortality is only half of the problem. The other half is knowing how to live with it once it's been made possible—and inescapable!

The Wall of Darkness by Arthur C. Clarke - Ages ago the First Dynasty had walled up half the planet, and let no hint of their terrible reason... Only Shervane dared to surmount that mile-high barrier and learn the mind-shattering truth that lay beyond.

The Plattner Story by H. G. Wells - ...Two of the boys, gesticulating, walked one after the other clean through him! Neither manifested the slightest consciousness of his presence.

Spacemen Die at Home - Edward W. Ludwig - One man's retreat is another's prison, and it takes a heap of flying to make a hulk a home!
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