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Don't like his later books but the early ones are great.
This book would be a great gift for a youngster who was starting to like science fiction or to an adult who read the books as a youngster and wanted to cherish them.
_Between Planets_ and _The Rolling Stones_ are interplanetary adventures. _Starman Jones_ and _The Star Beast_ are set against an interstellar background.
Four of Heinlein's early works. Good stories and easy reads. Reasonable price for a great book in good condition. Overall a great book.Published 6 months ago by Gary W. Chandler
Do I 'really' need to say more?
Yeah, yeah, I know "oldtechno...you suppose to say more, tell us about the stories and Heinlein. Read more
I loved the Star Beast. I have it in an audio book also but couldn't find a hardcover till I found this. Don't like his later books but the early ones are great.Published 11 months ago by JerseyButch
Robert A. Heinlein's _To the Stars_ (2004) is an omnibus of his "second batch" of Scribner's juveniles from the early fifties (books five through eight). Read morePublished 15 months ago by Paul Camp
Every single one of these 1950s juvenile sci-fi's from Heinlein should be made into movies. Who could deny that Morgan Freeman would not make a perfect "Mr. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Robert L. Williams
I've read all these before and liked them. I got the collection to introduce a young family member to RAH.Published on February 10, 2011 by jennacat1
The book was in perfect condition and delivered to me in a very short time. I've been trying to get a copy of 'The Star Beast' for a long time. The price asked was also excellentPublished on May 21, 2010 by Allan Armstrong
This book would be a great gift for a youngster who was starting to like science fiction or to an adult who read the books as a youngster and wanted to cherish them. Read morePublished on March 9, 2009 by William Reich