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Fantastic Voyage
Fantastic Voyage
Author: Isaac Asimov
ISBN: 473
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Patouie avatar reviewed Fantastic Voyage on + 132 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This was the first Asimov book I ever read. It sure did hook me! I remember feeling I was right there with the characters, speeding through the bloodstream, exhilerated and frightened and fascinated.
Grnemae avatar reviewed Fantastic Voyage on + 450 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
A very good medical/science thriller. Set in the future the book tells the story of a journey through the body. The author combines elements of science fiction, medicine and mystery to tell a great tale of how medical and scientific personnel combine to try and save a member of their own by using new and unorthodox medicine.
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This has a different cover.
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A real grabber!
Kibi avatar reviewed Fantastic Voyage on + 582 more book reviews
An atomic submarine is reduced to a size smaller than a single red blood cell, and is injected into a dying man. The crew struggles to save the man's life by locating and destroying a blood clot before the submarine returns to its original size.
This story was based on a screenplay by Harry Kleiner that was made into a movie in the 1960's.
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Category : Science Fiction

Four men and a woman are reduced to a microscopic fraction of their original size, sent in a miniaturized atomic sub through a dying man's carotid artery to destroy a blood clot in his brain. If they fail, the entire world will be doomed.

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