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The Twilight Zone: Complete Stories (edition 1990)

by Rod Serling (Author), T.E.D. Klein (Introduction)

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Title:The Twilight Zone: Complete Stories
Authors:Rod Serling (Author)
Other authors:T.E.D. Klein (Introduction)
Info:TV Books (1990), Hardcover, 416 pages
Collections:Your library, Illinois library

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The Twilight Zone was a television series produced in the 1960s that presented unforgettable tales of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Rod Serling, an award-winning writer of television dramas, was the creator and host--and wrote more than 90 of the 156 episodes. The series has since been shown around the world and the title is now a part of pop culture lore. Serling adapted 19 of his favorite teleplays into short stories, first published as a trio of paperback originals. The Twilight Zone: Complete Stories is a hardcover omnibus collection that includes all 19 stories and a historical introduction. These stories have passed the test of time and are uniformly entertaining and well crafted. However, any reader who is a fan of the TV show may have difficulty allowing the stories to stand on their own without the filmed episodes intruding. Even so, Serling was undeniably a true master of the fantastic, and fans should cherish this volume beside their videocassettes of the series. --Stanley Wiater

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