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Reviews by JMGray

City at World's End

by Edmond Hamilton

I enjoy the early sci-fi genre and this book was in that vein. I thought the intitial plot/premise was interesting but agree with others that a sequel should have been written: many directions available to the writer. Would recommend if you enjoy this time period of science fiction.

Reviewed on 2008.03.30

The Man Who Evolved

by Edmond Hamilton

I had just finished Hamilton's City at Worlds End, which I enjoyed, and gave this a try. I was disappointed in the basic premise and had hoped for more. It is a short read, however, and if you are a fan of these early short-story sci-fi works you may want to give it a quick read.

Reviewed on 2008.03.30

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