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Triad (The World of Null-a; The Voyage of the Space Beagle; Slan)

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Hardcover edition published by Science Fiction Book Club in 1959. As is clearly stated on the cover, it is a collection of three novels; namely The World of Null-A, The Voyage of the Space Beagle and Slan.
hardback, 528 pages
Published 1959 by Simon and Schuster
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Bhakta Jim
Apr 08, 2012 Bhakta Jim rated it really liked it
The one book to read by Van Vogt if you're only going to read one. It contains the original version of The World Of Null-A which I prefer to the revision he did many years later. In the original book Venus is a world with giant trees where humans can live comfortably. In the revision he feels the need to explain how it got that way through terraforming. It doesn't help the story at all.

I like World Of Null-A even though I never really figured out what it and General Semantics are all about. As t
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Mar 16, 2010 John rated it it was amazing
This is SciFi, three novels in one, which I read straight through in more than a day, blowing off a day and a half of work, so it did have my attention. Good story telling and useful perceptions.
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Alfred Elton van Vogt was a Canadian-born science fiction author regarded by some as one of the most popular and complex science fiction writers of the mid-twentieth century—the "Golden Age" of the genre.

van Vogt was born to Russian Mennonite family. Until he was four years old, van Vogt and his family spoke only a dialect of Low German in the home.

He began his writing career with 'true story' ro
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