Stories from THE HUGO WINNERS Vol II Author:Ed. Asimov The Hugo Award is to science fiction what the Oscar is to the film industry. Every year the coveted award is presented at the World Science Fiction Convention to the author of the best novelette or short story in the realm of science fiction. — Here are six of these award-winning stories for the years 1963 to 1967, each with an introduction by I... more »saac Asimov. All of the stories are unusual and contain that special something that marked them as prize-winners. Among them are Poul Anderson's "No Truce With Kings," Jack Vance's "The Dragon Masters," and Lary Niven's "Neutron Star".
THE HUGO WINNERS provides a lavish treat of the very best writing chosen by the most prominent people in the field - truly superior science fiction.« less