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by James Benjamin Blish

I thought it was a pretty good story, but the ending was a slight let-down. Pacing was good, characterization not too bad. Held my interest until the end.

A government agency tests a highly unorthodox method for sniffing out major threats.

Reviewed on 2016.10.25

One Purple Hope!

by Henry Hasse

This story was well-done, and enjoyable. Good action and suspense, as well as a strange draw to the main character, who is not the best case for sympathy.

I drug-addict goes on a quest...

Reviewed on 2016.10.24

Once a Greech

by Evelyn E. Smith

Childish and outlandish. The characters are based on Saturday morning cartoons.

Earthmen make contact with an alien species that reincarnates into beings that inhabit spaceships. Not nearly as exciting as it might sound.

Reviewed on 2016.10.18

The Old Martians

by Roger Phillips Graham

A mediocre story in which Martians are trying to control Mankind. It was somewhat interesting until the end, at which time the author let it slither into darkness.

I'm being very generous by giving it 3 stars. I didn't think it was quite bad enough to deserve 2.

Reviewed on 2016.09.15

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