Short Science Fiction Collection 003

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(4.2 stars; 112 reviews)

Science fiction (abbreviated SF or sci-fi with varying punctuation and case) is a broad genre of fiction that often involves sociological and technical speculations based on current or future science or technology. This is the third volume of reader-selected short stories originally published between 1941 and 1963, that entered the US public domain when their copyright was not renewed. Introduction by Cori Samuel with input from Wikipedia.
(5 hr 43 min)


And All the Earth a Grave 16:30 Read by Mark F. Smith
The Big Bounce 19:47 Read by Jerome Lawsen
The Dark Door 48:33 Read by Bruce Bell-Myers
Gambler's World 55:24 Read by Mark F. Smith
An Incident on Route 12 11:51 Read by Grumpy Old Squid
The Repairman 29:56 Read by Taras Shuper
Tight Squeeze 35:09 Read by Jerome Lawsen
Time and Time Again 48:48 Read by R. J. Davis
Warning from the Stars 44:30 Read by R. J. Davis
The White Feather Hex 32:57 Read by Karen Wolfer


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(3 stars)

Not really my genre, a story of black magic set in rural USA. Atmospheric and creepy . Narration excellent.

Short Science Fiction Collection 003

(4.5 stars)

Stories are a good listen and are mostly well read - Thanks!

(5 stars)

Excellent! The stories are very diverse. Very interesting.

Mostly very good stories and reading

(4 stars)

There’s a mix of stories here, some more to the horror than sci-fi but mostly a very good listen. Well worth my time, a couple I skipped due to poor audio but for the price you can’t complain!

A nice collection of sci-fi shorts.

(4 stars)

A good selection of sci-fi shorts, the readers did pretty well.

One or two unlistenable ones, but still good.

(5 stars)

(3.5 stars)

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