¿Ángeles ...o monstruos?
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¿Quiénes eran aquellos seres que aparecieron por la noche sobre el horizonte de la tierra? ¿Ángeles? ¿Monstruos? ¿Seres de otros espacios? ¿Adónde iba la humanidad? ¿Y de donde venía? ¿Era posible que León, Salvador y tantos otros poseyesen un cuerpo monstruoso, albergando su propia mentalidad?

¿Vivimos realmente en un rincón perdido del Gran Universo?
Paperback, 192 pages
Published 1977 by Prod. Editoriales (first published 1963)
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by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - September 6, 2013

Brunner was probably 28 when this Ace Double came out. Although he was already widely published by then, it still seems possible that The Space-Time Juggler might've been written much earlier & awaited publication partially b/c it's a novella & partially b/c it's Sword-&-Sorcery - a genre I wdn't've expected Brunner to write in. I still don't know Brunner's...more
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Space Time Juggler, and The Astronauts Must Not Land? In a double book?? How could I not read these? My brother buys them for $.25 each, and they are just fantastic.
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"The Astronauts Must Not Land" grade B,
"The Space-Time Juggler" grade C.
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The late John Brunner was perhaps as well known for much of his career in the US as in the UK. A leftwing activist, with particular connections to the peace movement, much of his best and most mature fiction is involved in a complex analysis of social trends and where they will take us--novels like Stand on Zanzibar which deals with overpopulation, among other things, and The Sheep Look Up, which...more
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