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Reviews by Jeff B

City at World's End

by Edmond Hamilton

This book holds a very special place in my life, since it was the very first Sci-Fi novel I ever read (at the tender age of 7). From that point on, I was hooked; now, some 55 years later, I'm still an avid reader of the genre, with a Sci-Fi library of close on 3,000 books - and I STILL have my original hard-back copy of "City at World's End".
Had the book not been as well-written and absorbing, I would certainly have missed out on a lifetime of reading enjoyment.
Recommended to all lovers of science fiction, regardless of age.

Reviewed on 2009.09.15

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