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Jeez. Ouch!" "There you have the confession, Halsyon," General Balorsen grated.
He was tall, gaunt, bitter. "By God. Ars est celare artem. You are innocent." "I
falsely condemned you, old faithful," Judge Field grated. He was tall, gaunt, bitter.
The librarian, tall, gaunt, and bitter, would not permit him to enter until children's
hour in the afternoon. He loafed on the streets. Wherever he loafed he was
chased by gaunt and bitter adults. He was beginning to realize that ten-year-old
The first clown was a tall man, gaunt, with a bitter expression but a sprightly
manner. "Is she to be buried in Christian burial that wilfully seeks her own
salvation?" the first clown asked. "I tell thee she is," Halsyon answered. "And
therefore make ...
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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
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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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