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Alpha Yes, Terra No! / The Ballad of Beta-2

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Paperback, Ace #M-121, 252 pages
Published 1965 by Ace Books
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I've always had a secret fondness for Ace Doubles--what could be better than two science fiction books in one? My mother's shelves used to be full of them when I was a kid, so when I started finding them in bookstores as an adult I decided to build a collection of my own. Most are lesser-known works by well-known authors, or works by lesser-known authors, and for all the issues that I have with classic science fiction (mostly due to technical advances being projected while social advances were l ...more
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This book has an interesting twist in that it is two books in one. I enjoyed the The Ballad of Beta-2 more than Alpha Yes, Terra No!. Yet both stories are worth reading. Both stories avoid being dated. Thank you to the libarain Michael who added this book to the Goodreads database.
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Emil Petaja (1915 - 2000) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer whose career spanned seven decades. He was the author of 13 published novels, nearly 150 short stories, numerous poems, and a handful of books and articles on various subjects. Though he wrote science fiction, fantasy, horror, detective fiction, and poetry, Petaja considered his work part of an older tradition of "weird f ...more