Includes an active table of contents so you can easily navigate to each book.
Ask a Foolish Question (1953)
The Status Civilization (1960)
Cost of Living (1952)
Diplomatic Immunity (1953)
Keep Your Shape (1953)
Warrior Race (1952)
Death Wish (1956)
The Hour of Battle (1953)
One Man's Poison (1953)
Beside Still Waters (1953)
The Leech (1952)
Strange how often the Millennium has been at hand. The idea is peace on Earth, see, and the way to do it is by figuring out angles.
Ask a Foolish Question (1953)-
It's well established now that the way you put a question often determines not only the answer you'll get, but the type of answer possible. So ... a mechanical answerer, geared to produce the ultimate revelations in reference to anything you want to know, might have unsuspected limitations.
The Status Civilization (1960)-
Will Barrent could choose--exile on a nightmare planet, or life under the tyranny that had taken over Earth!
Cost of Living (1952)-
If easy payment plans wereto be really efficient, patrons'lifetimes had to be extended!
It was a joyous journey Anders set out on ... to reach his goal ... but look where he wound up!
Keep Your Shape (1953)-
Only a race as incredibly elastic as the Grom could have a single rule of war: Keep Your Shape.
Warrior Race (1952)-
Destroying the spirit of the enemy is the goal of war and the aliens had the best way!
Death Wish (1956)-
Compared with a spaceship in distress, going to hell in a handbasket is roomy and slow!
The Hour of Battle (1953)-
As one of the Guardian ships protecting Earth, the crew had a problem to solve. Just how do you protect a race from an enemy who can take over a man's mind without seeming effort or warning?
One Man's Poison (1953)-
They could eat a horse, only luckily there was none ... it might have eaten them first!
Beside Still Waters (1953)-
When people talk about getting away from it all, they are usually thinking about our great open spaces out west. But to science fiction writers, that would be practically in the heart of Times Square. When a man of the future wants solitude he picks a slab of rock floating in space four light years east of Andromeda. Here is a gentle little story about a man who sought the solitude of such a location. And who did he take along for company? None other than Charles the Robot.
Of all the irksome, frustrating, maddening discoverieswas there no way of keeping it discovered?