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The Battle of the Infinite Trilogy : The Black Star Passes; Islands of Space; Invaders from the Infinite
"Visions of time and space that have haunted me ever since I first read it!" Isaac Asimov raved about this "joyful" 1930s space opera trilogy. "By the end, Arcot, Morey, Fuller and Wade venture into space and (with the help of both human and non-human) have driven end to end of the Universe, have encountered creatures of superior technology from whom they learned and surpassed, and have ended with powers like gods. The working of a brilliant imagination, together with a sheer drive and enthusiasm that carries the reader along. An example of the old "super-science epic." The best of their kind and an enriching experience." While The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction says, "the heroes face a succession of battles of ever increasing size fought with a succession of wonderful weapons. Campbell was Doc Smith's chief rival in writing galactic epics of superscience." From the Hugo winning editor/author.
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1 . Interesting angle on sci fi from the 50,s
Posted April 02, 2011 by Jeremy , CalgaryI loved when the would have a cigarette in the space ship! The arrogance they had got a little annoying but it was entertaining enough when they were meeting other races.
Renaissance E Books Inc.
October 05, 2008
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