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❴Read❵ ➲ Venus Euilateral Author George O. Smith – Srl-ltd.co.uk Introduction by John W Campbell JrForeword by Arthur C ClarkeRM Interplanetary 1942Calling the Empress 1943Recoil 1943Lost Art 1943Off the Beam 1944The Long Way 1944Beam Pirate 1944Firing Line 1944SpeRead Venus Euilateral Author George O Smith Srl ltdcouk Introduction by John W Campbell JrForeword by Arthur C ClarkeRM Interplanetar

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DOC Ã READER Venus Euilateral FREE ë SRLLTD George Oliver Smith April May also known as Wesley Long was an American science fiction author He is not to be confused with George H Smith another American science fiction authorSmith was an active contributor to Astounding Science Fiction during the Golden Age of Science Fiction in the s His collaboration with the magazine's editor John W Campbell Jr was inter.

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  • Brian Greiner

    DOC Ã READER Venus Euilateral FREE ë SRLLTD Venus EuilateralGood stuff from a bygone era Rousing adventures with engineers and scientists as the heros This would be classified as 'hard SF' these days I suppose although the tech is pretty dated ie tubes instead of sold state devices This isn't of the 'super science' and monsters genre that was all too common in those days but rather it tries to show decent people fighting power hungry corporations and individuals while trying to good engineering work The characters are pretty well written and the plots are interesting The 'bad guys' are sometimes nasty and sometimes just self serving but pretty believable all in all Best of all at least for me the stories follow an overall story arc and it all comes to a nice conclusion There was a foll


  • Mike

    DOC Ã READER Venus Euilateral FREE ë SRLLTD Venus EuilateralVenus Euilateral is a collection of short stories about a group of scientist that man a communications stationEach story follows a similar format there is some incident that reuires the scientists to invent something to save the day The technology in the stories is dated and when it get technical it is difficult to follow I don't know if that is because of the dated technology or Smith was just making stuff upOverall the stories are too similar In small doses they are entertaining but a whole collection of them is repetitive


  • David Szondy

    DOC Ã READER Venus Euilateral FREE ë SRLLTD Venus EuilateralNot as good as I remembered it – mind you I was 14 years old at the time This novel is actually a collection of short stories from the 1940s that are essentially an electrical engineer's daydreams about how great it would be if electrical engineers ran things It started out as great fun seeing the problems of space communications as seen from the viewpoint of Second World War technology but the book soon became repetitious with the same plot and gags over and over again as out heroes prevail again and again with depressing ease against villains who are staggeringly incompetent