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The Best of Frederik Pohl
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The Best of Frederik Pohl

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Author: Frederik Pohl
Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1977
Orbit, 1976
Doubleday, 1975
Series: Ballantine's Classic Library of Science Fiction: Book 5
Book Type: Collection
Genre: Science-Fiction
Sub-Genre Tags: Light/Humorous SF
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Classic Science Fiction

Here in one superlative volume 17 Science-Fiction tales by a master storyteller.

"The Midas Plague" - They had committed the greatest crime: failure to consume enough! So their punishment was to consume more and more and more....

"The Day the Icicle Works Closed" - The world was facing total unemployment, and the people had only one thing left to hock, their bodies!

"Happy Birthday, Dear Jesus" - There was peace on Earth. But joy to all men? Well, that was another matter!

"The Martian in the Attic" - What's the value of a real, live Martian? Duniop was determined to find out - and he did!

"Tunnel Under the World" - Things are not always what they seem, in fact. Not even what they seem to seem!

And lots more!

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