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Publisher's Summary

There has always been a looming question in the mind of man. Will the human race become extinct one day? This is a story of Galos Gann, the last great scientist on Earth, who attempts to save humanity from oblivion. So take a journey into the outer twilight of your mind. Turn off the light, sit back and relax, close your eyes and enter the infinite universe of your imagination.
©2006 Bob E. Flick (P)2006 Bob E. Flick

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The Last Man on Earth

Originally published in the March 1936 edition of Weird Tales pulp magazine, this story has been included in anthologies with titles such as "The End of the World" and "The Last Man on Earth" so you can guess what it's about. It was also included in "The Best of Edmond Hamilton" which was edited by his wife Leigh Brackett, so they must've thought it was a pretty good story. And it is.

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Short and sweet. Classic Hamilton, good narrator, but way too much dead space, and if the useless music was removed this audio would be half the length. Overall for what there is, its overpriced.

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too expensive, too much silly music.

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

It was hard to get over the over dramatic narration. And the vastly over produced music.
The last 4 chapters are nothing but crapy music.

What was most disappointing about Edmond Hamilton’s story?

story was ok.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

I'd wait for it to come out on video

Any additional comments?

bland toast