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ANALOG Science-Fiction Science-Fact JUNE 1974
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ORIGINAL TITLE:


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AUTHOR(S):

       Hallus, Tak
      Martin, George R. R.
      Scyoc, Sydney J. van
      Bester, Alfred
      Silent, William T.
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PUBLISHER:

       Condé Nast Publications

ISBN: none/ Vol. XCIII
YEAR: 1974
FORMAT: paperback
LANGUAGE: english
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TRANSLATORS:


n/a
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COVER ILLUSTRATION:

       Kelly Freas
Stories included in this book:

Stargate Pt. I of three:
by T. Hallus

A great story about a young engineer who finds himself in the high ranks of a science project dealing with matter transmitters. His predecessor disappeared under strange circumstances, so his task is not only to complete the job, but to find out what happened.


A Song For Lya:
by G. R. R. Martin

There is a strange cult on a colonist planet. The original inhabitants get a strange creature on them at a certain time in their lifes and die soon after. They seem to be happy about it though. A young psi-talented couple is sent there to find out what's happening and why more and more colonists are joing this cult.


Aberrant:
by S. J. v. Scyoc

Colonists who where driven away from earth find a deserted planet that apparently has a mutational effect on its inhabitants. They can consciously alter their appearance to one of their liking. A story about the superficiality of outer appearance.


The Four-Hour Fugue:
by A. Bester

A genius perfume creator who develops a strange gift: he can smell if someone wants to die ...


Death Sentence:
by W. T. Silent

Murderers are not bein punished by death sentence as we know it. They get to live through a number of deaths to see how it feels being murdered ...
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