What’s It Like Out There? and Other Stories
New York : Ace Books, 1974. –
320 p. ; 18 cm. – (Ace Book ; 88065) NUC: 78-64696
007 What’s It Like Out There?
033 The King of Shadows
066 Serpent Princess
097 The Stars, My Brothers
144 Dreamer’s World
184 Twilight of the Gods
245 The Inn Outside the World
262 The Watcher of the Ages
304 The Isle of the Sleeper
“12 classics bye one of science fiction’s most distinguished authors” — Cover
What’s it Like Out There?
is a collection of the best stories from Edmond Hamilton’s remarkable 40 year career of writing Science Fiction. Featuring:
The Stars, My Brother – where a scientist awakened from a century-long slumber in the depths of space had to make a choice between his own people and an alien race.
What’s It Like out There? – when Haddon returned from the expedition to Mars, everyone wanted t know what it was like … he could never let them know.
Twilight of the Gods – myth changed to reality around a man who sought to answer the mystery of his lost identity.
And many more …
- Locus. 166:5. October 23, 1974.
- New York Times Book Review. 10:50. 1974.
- Publishers Weekly. 205(25):62. June 24, 1974.