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Badge of Infamy

by Lester del Rey

This is a good classic Sci-Fi book. I would highly recommend this. Definitely old school pulp.

Reviewed on 2015.12.20

Atlantida

by Pierre Benôit

A classic of the finding a lost civilization genre. I found this novel very interesting. Unfortunately I haven't seen the old movies that were made from this book. It wasn't terrific but it did held my attention.

Reviewed on 2015.12.01

Another World

by Benjamin Lumley

I found this book mildly interesting but the science in it is absurd. I know they didn't know much but I've seen better books during the period in when it was written. It was written by a person who was involved with the opera.

Reviewed on 2015.11.08

A Columbus of Space

by Garrett P. Serviss

A very good story in the Burroughs vein of stories. Good science fiction for its time.

Reviewed on 2014.12.25

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