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This is an author who has done his research, providing enough true scientific facts to make it easy to suspend disbelief and enter strange and exotic worlds. I found myself wondering if the next story could possibly be as interesting as the one I just read. I was never disappointed.
Dellinger uses his amazing imagination to constantly surprise the reader. I look forward to reading more by this talented writer.
Mr. Lazarus makes his appearances in several of these stories and when he does it is usually to warn the main character of the sinister forces that are trying to shape the world. The stories range from deep space dangers to a vampire at West Point, not to mention a refreshing look into an old time B-western that suddenly turns into a other world portal for malevolent forces out to destroy humankind.
This is a refreshing collection of work that spans fifty years of creative writing by an much accomplished member of the Science Fiction Writers of America. Paul Dellinger’s collection will bring a tear to your eye at times, keep you on the edge of your seat and make you laugh in the good old fashion fun of science fiction. For the older reader of science fiction, this will be reminder of writers and characters for the Golden Age of Sci-Fi. Get this volume and enjoy the adventures. These stories are still as fresh as the day they were penned. — Steven C. Macon