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Thrilling Wonder Stories eBook December 1950 - [Download] #RE250
Thrilling Wonder Stories eBook December 1950
 

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Radio Archives Pulp Classics
Thrilling Wonder Stories eBook
December 1950
 
Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
 
In the late 1930s, the "Golden Age of Science Fiction" began, and Thrilling Wonder Stories played a large part in its explosive growth. It began in 1936, after combining Science Wonder Stories and Air Wonder Stories into a single magazine. Along with its sister publication Startling Stories, Thrilling Wonder Stories featured some of the brightest names in science fiction. Edmond Hamilton, who went on to create Captain Future, cut his teeth writing for Thrilling Wonder Stories. Eando Binder, creator of robot Adam Link, was regularly featured in the magazine. Other writers included Frederick Arnold Kummer, Arthur Leo Zagat, Murray Leinster, A.E. van Vogt, James Blish, Ray Bradbury and John W. Campbell. Thrilling Wonder Stories returns in vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
 
Table of Contents:
 
A Complete Short Novel
The Citadel Of Lost Ages
by Leigh Brackett
Out of a past beyond man’s memory, the Numi priests draw from Fenway’s mind the secret of a cave that holds the key to the future!
 
The New Reality — Complete Novelet
by Charles L. Harness
Prentiss struggles to prevent the destruction of a photon
 
Captain Famine — Complete Novelet
by Cleve Cartmill
To the crew, the junking of the “Talisman” was a form of death!
 
The Everlasting Food — Complete Novelet
by Margaret St. Clair
Richard Dekker finds the burden of mortality on Venus a heavy one
 
MacHINERY — Short Story
by Eric Frank Russell
Ackroyd was a live-wire salesman until his accounts were short-circuited
 
The Spark — Short Story
by Mack Reynolds
The High Council of Five takes up the problem of Terra!
 
Chore For A Spaceman — Short Story
by Walt Sheldon
When disaster struck, only Space Steward Harlow knew the answers
 
If You Don’t Watch Out — Short Story
by Frank Belknap Long
Young Tim had to save the Martian explorer from the thrall of the beast
 
Bluff Play — Short Story
by Raymond Z. Gallun
What if an enemy nation reaches the planets ahead of the United States?
 
The Reader Speaks — Feature
by The Editor
 
The Frying Pan — A Fanzine Commentary
 
Science Fiction Book Review — A Department
 
Forecast For Next Issue — Announcements
 
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want.

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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5 of 5 Strange Tales 39-2 February 7, 2021
Reviewer: Matthias Käther from berlin, Deutschland Germany  
Nice to have a second issue of this great Mag after a long time!
I don't like the sentence from ardioarchive after every
pulp- ebook: "The XY Mag now returns with these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format".
Really, i don't believe it.  I wakes false hope. (to see all 13 issues in ones lifetime) Many issues are very rare. Anyway, to have another is a great joy.
By the way - why not create Weird Tales-ebooks? The issues 1923-25 are in the public domain.

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