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Eric Frank Russell (1905-1978) was the first British writer to contribute regularly to Astounding and his first story, 'The Saga of Pelican West' appeared in that magazine in 1937. His novels include Sentinels from Space, Sinister Barrier and Three to Conquer and his short fiction has appeared in a number of collections. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
One of my all-time favourite stories. Guerrilla warfare at its finest!Published 2 months ago by Dale Marcellus
I read this book way back when I was a teenager. I loved it then and it is just as well written and exciting as it was then. Read morePublished 24 months ago by pipersnakis
This book is a classic, quite old but an exciting well told story never goes out of style. This is dubbed science fiction but it does not resemble most science fiction, just a good... Read morePublished on Nov. 19 2011 by lookingforgoodbooks
Basically he gave the idea, of 1 man making a difference, through non-violent means.
The concept of the Wasp, is to annoy the enemy to the point of distraction. Read more
WASP was probably my first SF novel read, and it along with MISSION OF GRAVITY by Hal Clement hooked me for life. Read morePublished on July 27 2000 by Mike Farris
Really, this underrated classic is more of a spy story than sci-fi. It deals with Earth having to fight a protracted interstellar war with a humanoid civilization in the Sirian... Read morePublished on July 17 2000 by R. L. MILLER
I read this book in the early 60's. I promised myself I would never forget the title so as to read it again as soon as I found a copy. I'm still waiting . Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2000 by Alfonso Ruiz-Fernandez
I first read this book in early 60s and have reread it a few times since. It is a timeless story of how one man, with some essential supplies, can disrupt a whole world. Read morePublished on Nov. 8 1999 by Lawrence J. Murray
This rather hard to find little book is a true classic. You'll need to get past the first few paragraphs where it seems that the author is in fact a 14 year-old... Read morePublished on June 30 1999