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Publisher's Summary

Volume 6 contains the following 21 stories:

  • "Perchance to Dream" by Richard Stockham,
  • "Father Image" by Robert Silverburg,
  • "Tree, Spare That Woodman" by Dave Dryfoos,
  • "Disaster Revisited" by Darius John Granger,
  • "Subversive" by Mack Reynolds,
  • "The Stutterer" by R. R. Merliss,
  • "Infinite Intruder" by Alan E. Nourse,
  • "A Bottle of Old Wine" by Richard O. Lewis,
  • "B12's Moon Glow" by Charles A. Sterns,
  • "A Logic Named Joe" by Murray Leinster,
  • "No Strings Attached" by Lester del Rey,
  • "The Street That Wasn't There" by Clifford D. Simak,
  • "Regeneration" by Charley Dye,
  • "Wheels Within" by Charles V. Devett,
  • "The Lonely Ones", by Edward W. Ludwig,
  • "The God in the Box" by Sewell Peasley Wright,
  • "Scanners Live in Vain" by Cordwainer Smith,
  • "New Hire" by Dave Dryfoos,
  • "The Enormous Room" by H.L.Gold and Robert Kreps,
  • "Turnover Point" by Alfred Coppell,
  • "Breeder Reaction" by Winston Marks

©2012 Richard Stockham, et al (P)2012 Jimcin Recordings

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Another good one in this series.

What did you love best about Favorite Science Fiction Stories, Volume 6?

Variety of stories - and narrators

What did you like best about this story?

Many stories. Much variety. All good.

Which character – as performed by the narrators – was your favorite?

Hard to say. Again....variety is the big word here. Certainly did not get bored.

Any additional comments?

This series of SF stories continues to excel. Hope more are coming.

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