!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Four Science Fiction Stories ⚣ Author G.L. Vandenburg – Varunahuja.live

!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Four Science Fiction Stories ⚣ Author G.L. Vandenburg – Varunahuja.live
  • Audiobook
  • Four Science Fiction Stories
  • G.L. Vandenburg
  • English
  • 03 May 2017

Four Science Fiction StoriesGLVandenburg Wrote Quirky And Funny Science Fiction Stories For Amazing Science Fiction Stories, And Similar Magazines In The S These Four Are A Selection That Give A Good Taste Of His Offbeat Approach, Strange Sense Of Humor And Relaxed Narrative Style That Brought Joy And Excitement To Those Of Us Who Bought These Magazines And Saw His Name On The Cover In The First, Martian VFW Some Strange Visitors Join A Parade In The Second, Jubilation, USA, Our First Visitors From Outer Space Encounter A One Armed Bandit And Don T Exactly Hit The Jackpot In The Third, Moon Glow, The First Americans On The Moon Receive An Unwelcomed Surprise And In The Last, The Observers, A Sinister Plot Involving Bald Men Is Thwarted By A Dumb Secretary Well Kinda Enjoy


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10 thoughts on “Four Science Fiction Stories

  1. says:

    4 short stories well narrated Unfortunately, they re not very good They mostly rely on a what is supposed to be funny twists I don t think it s just time that ruined the humor I don t think they were all that funny to start.Martian V.F.W The setting is the Macy Parade the Martian VFW, a bunch of huge ants, join a parade Interesting, weird weapons.Jubilation, U.S.A a joke about how small Nevada towns are so welcoming until there s a problem.Moon Glow ...

  2. says:

    These were enjoyable short stories witty and ironic with fun and unexpected twists I d definitely read stories by this author They were great little nuggets of escapism And the Librivox narration was terrific too.

  3. says:

    This can be classified as light reading for the fun of it These stories were published in the 1950s and assume a future technological development not much advanced over that of the 1950s, so they do seem quaint now, but they were certainly not intended to be than light humorous stories even then T...

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