The Seventh Science Fiction Megapack presents a terrific mix of science fiction stories, new and old, including a Hugo Award-winning story by Lawrence Watt-Evans, a Hugo Award nominee from Mike Resnick, and classics by Arthur C. Clarke, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and many more. Almost 700 pages of great reading!
ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE, by Mike Resnick
A BRIEF DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF THE SPHERES, by Michael Kurland
GRANDPA?, by Edward M. Lerner
TO ERR IS INHUMAN, by Marion Zimmer Bradley
SARGASSO OF LOST STARSHIPS, by Poul Anderson
THE SWORDSMEN OF VARNIS, by Geoffrey Cobbe
MOON DOG, by Arthur C. Clarke
WHY I LEFT HARRY’S ALL-NIGHT HAMBURGERS, by Lawrence Watt-Evans
GALACTIC CHEST, by Clifford D. Simak
PROTOTYPE, by John Gregory Betancourt
THE DOORSTOP, by Reginald Bretnor
THE TIME DISSOLVER, by Jerry Sohl
DO UNTO OTHERS, by Damien Broderick
KEEP OUT, by Fredric Brown
THE CHAPTER ENDS, by Poul Anderson
DO UNTO OTHERS, by Mark Clifton
THE SERVANT PROBLEM, by Robert F. Young
THE SLIZZERS, by Jerome Bixby
AND THEN THE TOWN TOOK OFF, by Richard Wilson
SPACE OPERA, by Michael R. Collings
I AM TOMORROW, by Lester del Rey
RIPENESS IS ALL, by Jesse Roarke
DAWSON DID IT, by C.J. Henderson
STARMAN’S QUEST, by Robert Silverberg
THROUGH TIME & SPACE WITH FERDINAND FEGHOOT (94), by Grendel Briarton
And don't forget to search this ebook store for "Wildside Megapack" to see more entries in this series, covering everything from science fiction and fantasy to mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, author collections--and much, much more!
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Was I ever that silly?
I think I'm about through with sci-fi as a genre. As. Kid I used to eat this stuff up and some of it was good but after this sampling of oldies I realize that a lot of the "stories" are just prose in service of a punch line or old pulp story lines rewritten in a spacesuit. The final story is, in fact, a rather bad pun. I did enjoy rereading Robert Silverberg's piece and it was better than I remembered but I won't waste my time again on Poul Anderson. I suppose everyone develops a more refined palette the more they read but I would only recommend this collection to beginners.
Not worth the $0.99
I'm fairly certain that most of this was written by 7th graders in a creative writing class, hence the title of the book. Terrible. Just terrible. The stories are unintelligent and often incomplete. The plots are sometimes reminiscent of rehashed 50's garbage pail sci-fi, written very poorly. Don't waste your time.