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The Incredible Shrinking Man (1956)
by Richard Matheson (Author)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0312856644, Paperback)Some people will remember The Incredible Shrinking Man as a movie with great special effects and a surprisingly good script, given the ridiculous title. Matheson's classic novella is the reason for that. As Scott Carey -- husband, father, and all-around decent guy -- mysteriously shrinks, he faces unimagined horrors at every step, up to the story's surprising resolution. It's packaged here with a number of Matheson's other classic stories, including "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," which became a popular Twilight Zone episode, and "Duel," which was turned into a movie by a very young Steven Spielberg.
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A radioactive fog causes a man to shrink until he is only two inches tall.
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