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A Honeymoon in Space (1901)

by George Chetwynd Griffith

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Well what an odd little book this was! A well to do Victorian man abducts a woman aboard his ship and takes her on a tour of the solar system, meeting hostile martians (what a surprise!), kindly Venusians and angelic Ganymedians. Oh and two headed monsters! A delightfully naïve trip onto space, cliché ridden but good fun! ( )
  sf_addict | Sep 21, 2010 |
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About eight o'clock on the morning of the 5th of November 1900, those of the passengers and crew of the American liner St. Louis who happened, whether from causes of duty or of their own pleasure, to be on deck, had a very strange-in fact quite unprecedented experience.
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Who says classic science fiction is all hard edges and taciturn heroes? George Griffith's classic A Honeymoon in Space follows newlyweds Zaidie Rettick and Lord Redgrave on their post-nuptial journey through the solar system, in which they encounter a staggering array of alien cultures and creatures.… (more)

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