Lost Sci-Fi Books 31 thru 40


Lost Sci-Fi Books 31 thru 40 - Ten Lost Sci-Fi Short Stories from the 1940s, 50s and 60s

Beyond Lies The Wub by Philip K. Dick - The slovenly wub might well have said: Many men talk like philosophers and live like fools. Journey for the Brave by Alan E. Nourse - Courage will be a big qualification for the pilot who flies the first moon rocket. Wanderlust by Alan E. Nourse - Tad looked to the spaceways for adventure. His father knew disaster would end his Wanderlust Export Commodity by Irving Cox Jr. - He was sent to obtain a soil sample. It was a routine assignment, but not the only method for discovering an Export Commodity Zurk by Richard O. Lewis - Marene was next when the space cruiser called for its youth-levy. If only Zurk would spark to life. The Eyes Have It by Philip K. Dick - Theoretically, you could find this type of humor anywhere. But only a topflight science-fictionist could have written this story. WANTED: One Sane Man by Frank M. Robinson - They bragged they could supply a man for any job. Maxwell doubted this, needing a space pilot for the first Lunar trip. Now, if he had just asked for a lunatic... The Pioneer by Irving Cox Jr - Greg was sure the kids had no right being in control of a planet; after all what had they learned about life? The Invisible Enemy by Arnold Castle - At fifteen he was sent to war to fight an enemy he couldn't understand. The Beachcomber by Damon Knight - Alice saw the Beachcomber as a glorious hunk of man; Maxwell saw him as a super being from the future. He was both!

Sprecher*in: Scott Miller