One of the greatest sci fi collections available, with over 125 awesome tales from the masters of the genre.Featuring:The Sentimentalists, by Murray LeinsterJekyll-Hyde planet, by Jack LewisLost Art, by G.K. HawkAvoidance Situation, by James McConnellCommunity Property, by Alfred CoppelJourney Work, by Dave DryfoosCatalysis, by Poul AndersonBright Islands, by Frank RileyThe Happy Clown, by Alice Eleanor JonesThe Girls from Earth, by Frank RobinsonBirthright, by April SmithThe Death Traps of FX-31, by Sewell WrightBleedback, by Winston MarksLes Machines, by Joe LoveSong in a minor key, by C.L. MooreDearest Enemy, by Fox HoldenThe Drivers, by Edward LudwigSentry of the Sky, by Evelyn E. SmithDreamtown U. S. A., by Leo KelleyMeeting of the Minds, by Robert SheckleyEasy Does It, by E.G. von WaldJunior, by Robert AbernathyEcology on Rollins Island, by Varley LangDeath Wish, by Ned LangDead World, by Jack DouglasEscape Mechanism, by Charles FritchCost of Living, by Robert SheckleyFirst Stage: Moon, by Dick HetschelFamily Tree, by Charles FontenayAloys, by R.A. LaffertyForced Move, by Henry LeeWith These Hands, by C.M. KornbluthWhat is POSAT?, by Phyllis Sterling-SmithFreeway, by Bryce WaltonA Little Journey, by Ray BradburyInhibition, by James CauseyHunt the Hunter, by Kris NevilleCitizen Jell, by Michael ShaaraOperation Distress, by Lester Del ReySlow Burn, by Henry StillSyndrome Johnny, by Charles DyePsychotennis, anyone?, by Lloyd WilliamsPrime Difference, by Alan NourseDoorstep, by Keith LaumerThe 3rd Party, by Lee HolumThe Drug, by C.C. MacAppAn Elephant For the Prinkip, by L.J. StecherLicense to Steal, by Louis NewmanThe Last Letter, by Fritz LieberThe Stuff, by Henry SlesarThe Celestial Hammerlock, by Donald ColvinAlways A Qurono, by Jim HarmonJamieson, by Bill DoedeA Fall of Glass, by Stanley LeeShatter the Wall, by Sydney Van ScyocShango, by John JakesTransfer Point, by Anthony BoucherThy Name Is Woman, by Kenneth O’HaraTwelve Times Zero, by Howard BrowneAll Day Wednesday, by Richard OlinBlind Spot, by Bascom JonesDouble Take, by Richard WilsonField Trip, by Gene HunterLarson’s Luck, by Gerald VanceNavy Day, by Harry HarrisonOne Martian Afternoon, by Tom LeahyPlanet of Dreams, by James McKimmeyPioneers, by Basil WellsPrelude To Space, by Robert HaseltinePythias, by Frederik PohlThe Elroom, by Jerry SohlShow Business, by Boyd EllanbySlaves of Mercury, by Nat SchachnerSound of Terror, by Don BerryThe Big Tomorrow, by Paul LohrmanThe Four-Faced Visitors of…Ezekiel, by Arthur OrtonThe Happy Man, by Gerald PageThe Last Supper, by T.D. HammThe Earthman, by Irving Cox, Jr.The One and the Many, by Milton LesserThe Other Likeness, by James SchmitzMoney Is the Root of All Good, by Patrick WilkinsThe Outbreak of Peace, by H.B. FyfeThe Skull, by Philip K. DickThe Smiler, by Albert HernhunterThe Unthinking Destroyer, by Roger PhillipsTwo Timer, by Frederic BrownVital Ingredient, by Charles De VetWeak on Square Roots, by Russell BurtonWith a Vengeance, by J.B. WoodleyZero Hour, by Alexander BladeThe Great Nebraska Sea, by Allan DanzigThe Valor of Cappen Varra, by Poul AndersonA Bad Day for Vermin, by Keith LaumerHall of Mirrors, by Frederic BrownCommon Denominator, by John MacDonaldThe Ethicators, by Willard MarshDoctor, by Murray LeinsterThe Nothing Equation, by Tom GodwinThe Last Evolution, by John CampbellA Hitch in Space, by Fritz LeiberOn the Fourth Planet, by J.F. BoneFlight From Tomorrow, by H. Beam PiperCard Trick, by Walter BuppThe K-Factor, by Harry HarrisonThe Lani People, by J. F. BoneAdvanced Chemistry, by Jack HuekelsSodom and Gomorrah, Texas, by R. A. LaffertyKeep Out, by Frederic BrownAll Cats are Gray, by Andre NortonA Problem in Communication, by Miles J. BreuerThe Terrible Tentacles of L-472, by Sewell Peaslee WrightMarooned Under the Sea, by Paul ErnstThe Murder Machine, by Hugh B. CaveThe Attack from Space, by Captain S. P. MeekThe Knights of Arthur, by Frederik PohlAnd All the Earth a Grave, by C.C. MacAppCitadel, by Algis BudrysMicro-Man, by Weaver WrightMissing Link, by Frank HerbertPeople Soup, by Alan ArkinThe Brain, by Alexander BladeThe Judas Valley, by Gerald VanceThe Moon is Green, by Fritz LeiberThe Next Logical Step, by Ben BovaThe Year When Stardust Fell, by Raymond JonesToy Shop, by Harry HarrisonandYear of the Big Thaw, by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Acerca de Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury nació en Waukegan, Illinois, en 1920, y residía en Los Ángeles desde 1934, ciudad en la que falleció el 05 de junio de 2012. Bradbury fue un ávido lector en su juventud además de un escritor aficionado. No pudo asistir a la universidad por razones económicas. Para ganarse la vida, comenzó a vender periódicos. Se formaría como escritor de manera autodidacta a través de libros, comenzando a escribir cuentos con una máquina de escribir. Sus primeros trabajos los vendió a revistas a comienzos de los 40. Entre novelas, colecciones de cuentos, poemas y obras de teatro, ha publicado más de una treintena de libros. Ha desarrollado una amplia actividad en el mundo del cine, el teatro y la televisión. En 1989 fue nombrado Gran Maestro de la SFWA (Asociación de autores de ciencia ficción norteamericanos) y en 1999 recibió el SF Hall of Fame por toda su carrera.
Acerca de Various Authors
Barb Goffman, Teresa Inge, Kristin Kisska, Jayne Ormerod, Maria Hudgins, Lyn Brittan, Douglas Lutz, Alan Orloff, Heather Weidner, Debbiann Holmes, Betsy Ashton, James M. Jackson & Tina Whittle, Maggie King, Nancy Naigle, Rosemary Shomaker, Jenny Sparks, Ken WingateThis anthology combines the talents of 18 experienced writers, including Amazon Top Ten ranked authors, USA Today Bestselling authors, and the winners of such national awards as the prestigious Agatha, Macavity, and Silver Falchion.