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by Diane Duane

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0761506217, Paperback)

?There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission . . .?

These powerful words introduce every chilling episode of the most innovative and frightening television series of all time—The Outer Limits. Revived in 1995, the show is ranked as the top weekly action-adventure drama above others of its kind.

Now, readers can enjoy a third volume of thrilling short stories based on the best scary tales from both the original and new television series. The Outer Limits, Volume Three encompasses nearly sixty years of storytelling and includes such stories as:

?I, Robot? by Eando Binde
Dr. Link has created the ultimate robot—one with feelings. But when the doctor
mysteriously dies, the robot has the dubious task of convincing the hostile, frightened
townspeople that a robot is not born evil, but driven to it.
?The Quality of Mercy? by Phoebe Reeves
One of the most acclaimed episodes of the new Outer Limits is this story of two humans
confined in an alien prison, where the humanity of both will be tested in unprecedented
ways.

?The Voyage Home? by Diane Duane
The Martian expedition was placid and uneventful—until the last day of the trip, when
three astronauts discovered an alien artifact. A momentous discovery indeed, but the
astronauts don?t realize just how momentous it is . . . until the voyage home.
?The Forms of Things Unknown? by Richard A. Lupoff
When a man who was murdered suddenly comes back to life, is it horror or just a surrealist vision?

Also included in Volume Three is an original introduction by David Schow, author of The Outer Limits Companion and one of the foremost authorities on the history of The Outer Limits.

If you are interested in strange and unexpected tales, The Outer Limits, Volume Three is the perfect book to give your imagination a walk on the wild side.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:53 -0400)

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