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The Radiant Shell

by Paul Ernst

Somehow, this story just manages to avoid being horrible. After the initial silliness, the story is just interesting enough to keep you going. And then the ending goes back to silliness.

An invisible man isn\'t as perfectly invisible as he hopes. And this leads to trouble as he tries to steal back stolen death-ray plans.

Reviewed on 2017.09.06

A Question of Courage

by J. F. Bone

A good, solid, sci-fi story with all the right elements in place. Good writing, characterization, and plotting. A fairly decent ending.

A "coward" captain is ordered to take his ship into battle.

Reviewed on 2017.08.30

Quiet, Please

by Kevin Scott

Every bit as bad as the prior reviewers say. Can't understand how it earned more than one star.

Reviewed on 2017.08.30

Quest of the Golden Ape

by Gordon Randall Garrett

After 5 chapters of being bored near tears, I bailed.

Reviewed on 2017.08.23

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