City at World's End Author:Edmond Hamilton One moment Kenniston was strolling down the quiet street, lost in pleasant reverie. The next moment the sky split open! — It split open, and above him was a burn and a blaze of light -- so swift, so violent, that the air itself seemed to burst into flame. — Then there was silence -- awful, suffocating silence. — Kenniston felt the chill of premonit... more »ion -- a shapeless terror that grew into a thing too evil to be borne alone.
This novel describes the shocking experience of a group of ordinary people, catapulted by a mysterious explosion into the terrifyingly strange world of a million years hence. It is not a prophecy -- but a warning.« less