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Bester at His Best Strange and startling stories . . . lightning-quick dialogue ... a
crackling style that keeps the action moving almost faster than the story can be
read — these are the trademarks of Alfred Bester, one of the most inventive
Si J I I 1 © 1958 by Alfred Bester Disappearing Act, copyright, 1953, by Ballantine
Books, Inc., reprinted from Star Science Fiction Stories, No. 2. Adam anb No Eve,
© 1941 by Street and Smith Publications, Inc.; Oddy and Id, © 1950 by Street ...
Alfred Bester. TIME, SPACE, AND THE FUTURE Here is your passport into the .
TM! k'V fascinating world of science fiction .'. . V! eleven dazzling, jet-propelled,
rocket-paced tales of tomorrow by one of today's j >- most inventive writers, ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
Some of these tales have been anthologized time and again, but all are worth reading. Some are twisty fables akin to episodes of Twilight Zone, others are extended jokes, and a few are prescient ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - RandyStafford - LibraryThing
You'd be better off with another Bester collection though this has many good stories. I'll mention stories not found in Bester's Starlight collection. “The Roller Coaster” -- This creepy story reminds ... Read full review
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