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Hidden World
Hidden World
Author: Stanton A. Coblentz
UNDERGROUND ARMIES — A cliff overlooking tremendous galleries and caverns and, far below, two armies battling with powerful destructive weapons... this was the place into which Comstock and Clay had been thrust by what they thought was an earthquake. Here, below the desert-below the silver mine which the two had been exploring-were two hidden civ...  more »
ISBN: 39277
Pages: 127
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Publisher: Airmont
Book Type: Paperback
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This pulp novel, originally published in 1935, was a first science fiction book for alot of people and, though I doubt it stands the test of time as a great literary classic, it is remembered fondly. The plot in a nutshell: A human male goes underground (on the Moon?) where he encounters a matriarchal society of pale people who've never seen the light of day. It was cheesy and funny and opionated. Recommended if you enjoy reading early pulp science fiction.