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Ouldn't Do Awful Things to Rats '76 novelette by James Tiptree JrThe Eyeflash Miracles '76 novella by Gene WolfeAn Infinite Summer '76 novelette by Christopher PriestThe Highest Dive '76 story by Jack WilliamsonMeathouse Man '76 no. I almost gave up on this collection after the first few storiesDamon Knight s I See You was completely unremarkable but then The Phantom of Kansas by John Varley was good enough to keep me going Seeing by Harlan Ellison had an interesting premise but I just didn t care much for the story Nor did I like Fritz Leiber s The Death of Princes I actually really disliked The Psychologist who Wouldn t do Awful things to Rats by James Tiptree Jr I came very close to dumping the book then But next up was The Eyeflash Miracles by Gene Wolfe This was by far the best thing I ve ever read by Wolfe This was followed by a bunch of good stories An Infinite Summer by Christopher Priest The Highest Dive by Jack Williamson Meathouse Man by George R R Martin Custer s Last Jump by Steven Utley and Howard Waldrop and The Bicentennial Man by Isaac Asimov This book was published in 1977 and shows its age a bit The stories seem rather long to me now and I think it s because of shifts in the modern style Custer s Last Jump for example would have been my favorite story probably if it had ended about halfway through As it was I think Meathouse Man was my favorite followed closely by the Infinite Summer Tall man riding. really disliked The Psychologist who Wouldn t do Awful things to Rats by James Tiptree Jr I came very close to dumping the book then But next up was The Eyeflash Miracles by Gene Wolfe This was by far the best thing I ve ever The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory read by Wolfe This was followed by a bunch of good stories An Infinite Summer by Christopher Priest The Highest Dive by Jack Williamson Meathouse Man by George R R Martin Custer s Last Jump by Steven Utley and Howard Waldrop and The Bicentennial Man by Isaac Asimov This book was published in 1977 and shows its age a bit The stories seem The Big Golden Book of Poetry rather long to me now and I think it s because of shifts in the modern style Custer s Last Jump for example would have been my favorite story probably if it had ended about halfway through As it was I think Meathouse Man was my favorite followed closely by the Infinite Summer

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The Best Science Fiction of the Year 6

Velette by George RR MartinCuster's Last Jump '76 novelette by Steven Utley and Howard WaldropThe Bicentennial Man '76 novelette by Isaac AsimovRecommended Reading essay by Terry CarrThe Science Fiction Year essay by Charles N Brow. Verhalen over zienvisieogen met meer dan een tintje surrealisme Nogal fatalistisch dramatisch En luguber Je wordt er echt niet vrolijk van

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ContentsIntroduction essay by Terry CarrI See You '76 story by Damon KnightThe Phantom of Kansas '76 novelette by John VarleySeeing '76 novelette by Harlan EllisonThe Death of Princes '76 story by Fritz LeiberThe Psychologist Who W. Most of these stories are of superior uality including the concluding Asimov


7 thoughts on “The Best Science Fiction of the Year 6

  1. says:

    Most of these stories are of superior uality including the concluding Asimov

  2. says:

    This is a strong collection of stories published in 1976 Most are true science fiction as promised by the title but a few of them are better described as speculative fiction approaching horror The Psychologist Who Wouldn't Do Awful Things to Rats or magical realism The Eyeflash Miracles due to their mythical monsters and otherworldly interventions Whether this is a good thing or not depends on your interests of course Your taste likely won'

  3. says:

    I almost gave up on this collection after the first few storiesDamon Knight's I See You was completely unremarkable but then The Phantom of Kansas by John Varley was good enough to keep me going Seeing by Harlan Ellison ha

  4. says:

    Highlights include Seeing Harlan Ellison Meathouse Man George R R Martin and The Phantom of Kansas John Varley all of which are incredibly good the inclusion of these stories warrants my four stars The other yarns are ho hum not really bad just not all that remarkable

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    ISFDB 262715 OCLC 3085455

  6. says:

    Verhalen over zienvisieogen met meer dan een tintje surrealisme Nogal fatalistisch dramatisch En luguber Je wordt er echt niet vrolijk van

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