Interesting and creative fiction about a WWI attack by the Germans on New York City. (It was actually published 1918, not 1908 as stated on the site)
A story about a problem child who got whipped for telling a lie which he did not tell. He did deserve the punishment though. I didnít find the story entertaining or worthwhile and Iím not sure why it's still here a hundred years after being written.
A fun and easy to read story of an enterprising young man who tried to break from his planetís philosophy of pirating and become a great electrician and do wonderful things for the worlds. Unfortunately the philosophy of the planet he moved to made him a criminal for his electrician genius. Circumstances moved him to become a pirate and he ended up doing wonderful things for the worlds.
The story is short, fun, and easy to read. I personally didnít see the twist ending coming, so found it clever.