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Author: Stanley Gimble
Published: 1955
Language: English
Wordcount: 3,208 / 16 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 60.4
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,460
Added to site: 2007.11.30 19187

She surely got her wish ... but there was some question about getting what she wanted.

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Sardo Weems

A rather dated story of the first flight to the backside of the moom. It was written in 1955 predicting near-future (now long past) events, and the predictions (of how space flight would be done) were enough off-base to make the story only quaint.

The plotting was nothing special and the characters didn't have much character.



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