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Planets Three by Frederik Pohl
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Planets Three (edition 1981)

by Frederik Pohl

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Title:Planets Three
Authors:Frederik Pohl
Info:Berkley Pub Group (Mm) (1981), Paperback
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These are among Pohl's first published stories and they are pure golden age scifi, with all that entails: beautiful women who may think they're strong, but who need a good man around for protection when push comes to shove, protagonists who don't hesitate to beat up the bad guys when expedient, and aliens who are either bug-eyed monsters or more-or-less human clones. Which is not to deny that reading stories of this ilk can be a fun, guilty pleasure if they catch you in the right mood. The third story, "Donovan Had a Dream," about Earth's attempts to interfere in a low speed guerrila war between factions on Venus, was the best of the three. ( )
  clong | Dec 27, 2007 |
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