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World Wrecker: An Annotated Bibliography of Edmond Hamilton [Paperback]

Richard W. Gombert

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1 Oct 2009
Known as the "World Wrecker" for his galaxy-smashing space operas, Edmond Hamilton wrote intelligent, exciting, and readable science fiction for over 40 years. This first major bibliography of his work covers his enormous output and numerous reprint editions. All students of Hamilton--and all major libraries--will want a copy of this bibliographical labor of love.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! 15 Dec 2009
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This is an awesome compiling of bibliographic data on one of the most important of the early science fiction authors. Included is a complete, as known, listing of the authors stories, with dates and references to letters between Edmond Hamilton and many publishers through the years. The amount of work done to compile this is staggering, but in going over it you get a true feel of an author at his craft. The last ninety pages are wonderful appendices full of bits of the worlds and characters the author created. I would not recommend this for most, only for those who wish to get a good look into a very early horror and science fiction writer's work. Thanks, Harry.
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