Favorite Science Fiction Stories : Favorite Science Fiction Stories

  • by Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Frank Herbert, Harry Harrison, Fritz Leiber, Frederik Pohl, Philip Jose Farmer
  • Narrated by Emmett Casey, Ran Alan Ricard, Pat Bottino, Kevin Killavey, Jim Roberts, Cindy Hardin Killavey
  • Series: Favorite Science Fiction Stories
  • 15 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The biggest collection yet of favorite sci-fi stories - 16 full hours! Titles included are:"The Missing Link" by Frank Herbert,"Arm of the Law" by Harry Harrison, "No Moving Parts by Murray F. Yaco,"The Hills of Home" by Alfred Coppell,"The Measure of a Man" by Gordon Randall Garrett,"The Hated" by Frederick Pohl,"Salvage in Space" by Jack Williamson,"The Burning Bridge" by Poul Anderson,"The Crystal Crypt" by Philip K. Dick,"The Hour of Battle" by Robert Sheckley,"The Mathematicians" by Arthur Feldman,"Crossroads of Destiny" by H. Beam Piper,"Homesick" by Lynn Venable,"The Eyes Have it" by James McKimmey, Jr.,"They Twinkled Like Jewels" by Philip Jose Farmer,"Old Rambling House" by Frank Herbert,"Youth" by Isaac Asimov, "Navy Day" by Harry Harrison,"Service with a Smile" by Charles Louis Fontenay,"The Cosmic Express" by John Stewart Williamson,"The Moon is Green" by Fritz Leiber,"Stopover Planet" by Robert E. Gilbert,"Watchbird" by Robert Sheckley,"Probability" by Louis Trimble, "The Doorway" by Evelyn E. Smith,"The Stroke of the Sun" by Arthur C. Clarke, "The Velvet Glove" by Harry Harrison, and "The House from Nowhere" by Arthur Stangland "The Tunnel Under the World" - Frederik Pohl


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Customer Reviews

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good selection

Hard to believe someone would write bad review about this. An excellent selection with very good narration. Normally quality goes down a bit with various volumes. Happy to say that is not the case this time. Can't wait for next set!
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- Wilbur

fun for all ages

These stories were clearly written before we had much information concerning our solar system, that is to say written prior to 1965 or so. If you like classic stories of a habitable venus and populated mars than you will enjoy this. It is obvious that most of the stories must have been written at the outset of these authors careers and retain the charm of that novitiate stage. there is very little pretense in the tone of these stories and it is also endearing how clearly the speculative scientific knowledge of the period is displayed. What we demand in the plausibility of technological theory from today's science fiction makes no appearance in this anthology. The stories are created out of a time when 'the ether' and a jungle on Venus were just as conceivable as a bio-static solution to interstellar travel. While these stories may seem cliched at present that by no means negates the value they have in sci fi posterity or the much more timeless value of being entertaining thought provoking stories - just fun for everyone.
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- marlene

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-28-2011
  • Publisher: Jimcin Recordings