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He waited for them to find a poet, not understanding the endless delay, the
fruitless search; not understanding why Bradley Scrim laughed and laughed and
laughed at this final, fatal disappearance. Adam and No Eve Krane knew this
must be ...
As Addyer approached, he heard the tall man say: "Rooo booo fooo mooo hwaaa
looo fooo." Whereupon the trotter chattered: "Wd-nk-kd-ik-md- pd-ld-nk." Then
they both laughed; the tall man like a locomotive, the trotter like a chipmunk.
"He really had me scared," Jane said. "Talk about Third Avenue characters. What
an act. What'd he get out of it?" "Well ... he got your Almanac." "But it doesn't make
sense." Knight began to laugh again. "All that business about paying Macy but ...
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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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