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Flight Through Tomorrow

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Published: 1947
Language: English
Wordcount: 4,192 / 19 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 58.9
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 1,731
Added to site: 2009.03.31 23811

Super warfare has destroyed the old race of man, but elsewhere a new civilization is dawning....

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wly began to ascend, and slowly dwindled and disappeared against the morning skies. And now, I knew, there was no longer a man left anywhere on earth; yet as I gazed at the deserted shore, the empty beach and the bare mountainside, a sense of supreme satisfaction came over me, as though I knew that in the end, after fire and agony and degradation, all was eternally well.

* * * * *

That sense of supreme satisfaction remained with me when, after still another blank interval, I opened my eyes as from a deep slumber, and stared at the familiar book-rack, the bureau, the mottled paper walls of my own room. The clock on the little table at my side indicated the hour of 10:09--in other words, all that had happened had occupied the space of one minute! Yet I know as surely as I know that I write these words--that the Release Drug had freed my spirit to range over thousands of miles of space, and that I have looked on people and events which no other eye will view for scores, hundreds or even thousands o

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 1.5 from 2 reviews: **
JoJo Biggins


Paulo Respighi

Kind of a thin story. A chemist (the only character) discovers a drug which immobilizes the body and frees the psyche to roam space and time. So he checks out the future of humanity (we don't do well), then comes back.

Not subtle, not profound, just pulp filler.



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