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The Best from Galaxy, Vol 2
The Best from Galaxy Vol 2
Author: Editors of Galaxy Magazine
Anthology of science fiction short stories.  Combining the innovation of the new wave with the storytelling ability of established talents, this second volume of THE BEST FROM GALAXY continues the Galaxy tradion of science fiction excellence with a bumnper crop of far-flung and well-spun tales. — Contents: —
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  • Quickening / Wallace Macfarlane (Sep ’73);
  • By the Seashore / R. A. Lafferty (Nov ’73);
  • Triggerman / Lou Fisher (Sep ’73);
  • A Voice and Bitter Weeping / Buddy Saunders, Howard Waldrop (Jul ’73);
  • Cold Friend / Harlan Ellison (Oct ’73);
  • Quarantine / Doris Piserchia (Sep ’73);
  • A Suppliant in Space / Robert Sheckley (Nov ’73)
  • Agnes, Accent and Access / Theodore Sturgeon (Oct ’73);
  • Mayflower One / Ernest Taves (Nov ’72);
  • Just a Matter of Time / Jeffery Perrin (Jul ’73);
  • La Befana / Gene Wolfe (Jan ’73).
ISBN: 38607
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 235
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Publisher: Award Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a great short story book collecting the best Galaxy stories from 1973. My personal favorite was Field of Vision by Ursula K. Le Guin (Earthsea Trilogy). It's a story about two astronauts who return from an expedition to Mars with their senses warped to the point where one cannot hear and the other only sees bright lights. The story is pretty creepy. I highly recommend this book.
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