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The Heads Of Cerberus
 
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Gertrude Barrows Bennett
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The Heads Of Cerberus

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The Heads of Cerberus has been hailed as one of the first, if not THE first science-fiction novel to deal with alternate-worlds. Although Francis Stevens (a.k.a. Gertrude Barrows Bennett) wrote several novels, The Heads of Cerberus is undoubtedly her most influential work of science-fiction.

In this alternate reality, people from 20th-century America stumble into a timeline
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Unknown Binding, 190 pages
Published January 1st 1978 by Arno Press
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M.E. Neidhardt
Interesting book. A little hard to follow at times. I wanted to read it because it was written by Gertrude Barrows Bennett (aka Francis Stevens)who was known as one of the first major female writers of science fiction and fantasy. And the book is said to be the first book written about alternate worlds. There are two of the same book listed, so I seem to have reviewed this book twice.
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Published her stories under the pseudonym Francis Stevens.
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