[Free eBook] Space On My Hands by Fredric Brown [Vintage Science Fiction]

Space On My Hands by the late Fredric Brown is is his vintage collection of science fiction short stories, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Venture imprint.

This was originally published in 1951 by Shasta. This collection contains 9 science fiction short stories, mostly published during the 1940s, and an introduction by the author himself, who was highly influential back in the day and many of whose stories are considered classics of the genre.

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Nine startling adventures of humans and other beings, by the first master of science fiction and fantasy, Fredric Brown.


The Zans had descended upon Earth in. their spaceship mountain, sending out vibratory waves that had destroyed everything instantly. Now, Walter Phelan, the only man to survive, sat alone in a room … and someone was trying to get in …

Stories of the sudden, revealing and unforgettable flash of imagination — a choice collection of outrageous characters who inhabit Fredric Brown’s futuristic world, including:

The man who lost thirty years but would settle for something — anything — green. Will McGarry and Dorothy ever return home?

The man who learned how to beat the lie detector — once and for all. The Chicago underworld appears transformed, but there is no accounting for the new crime rate. Cops, judges and juries have a lot of catching up to do…

Roger Jerome Phlutter — a young man has been working tirelessly to fulfil his dream of becoming an astronaut, but a sudden disturbance sends the world of astrology into overdrive. Are the stars trying to send an urgent message?

George Vine visits the asylum — an apparent diagnosis of amnesia and a strange affinity with Napoleon, forces Vine into revealing a dangerous secret. How mad must patients really be to die in the asylum?

Space on My Hands is a gripping collection of science fiction stories from master of the genre, Fredric Brown.


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