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Typewriter in the sky. Fear. Two novels. (1951)

by L. Ron Hubbard

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I read "Typewriter in the Sky" not (yet) "Fear" (separate short novels / long stories)
"Typewriter" was pretty good (often said to be his best) .. good concept; writing was a little dated / hawkish, but fairly engaging. ( )
  dtscheme | May 20, 2021 |
A second-rate author's two first rate novellas. In Typewriter in the Sky, Mike de Wolf finds himself trapped in Horace Hackett's very bad pulp story; as the villain! Can he survive? In Fear, James Lowry loses four hours of his life...and his hat. He is warned; 'Don't try to find your hat. If you find your hat, you will find your four hours. And if you find your four hours, you will die.' But Lowry isn't put off by cryptic warnings. Classics in the field that should be read and remembered. ( )
  BruceCoulson | Feb 22, 2014 |
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