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This novel, along with Alas Babylon has been one of my favorites for a long time. It takes place during the time I grew up in the late 50's when the threat of nuclear war with the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel Wilmot
Interesting take on Civil Defense practices of the time. Having lived in the time of bomb shelters and the Cuban missile crisis it brought back memories, but ended significantly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by GKN
Tomorrow by Philip Wylie
This is a classic that I read years ago. It rereads quite well. The time slot is post WWII and the Red Threat is alive and thriving. Read more
I love "When Worlds Collide", so when I saw "Tomorrow" on Kindle by the same author, I decided to try it.
A very strange book (spoilers follow). Read more
REVIEW TOMORROW! By Philip Wylie
TOMORROW! was originally published in 1952. I didn't read it then, but I read it beginning to end several years later, as a child. Read more
Open Road listed this as `children's fiction' and of course it is not. It is long, with a couple of lengthy diatribes - one by an editor of the local popular paper and another... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bill Baker
Hard to read since it's so dated, but easy to read due to the author's superb writing skills.Published 11 months ago by K. N. Nelson
It was well worn, and it seemed to have a large part of the content missing. I remember when reading this in 1965 there were parts written about the effects of radiation on the... Read morePublished on September 30, 2013 by Bettye Anthony