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Wilson Tucker • 32 Items / 17 Books, 15 Articles
Time Bomb (1955)
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Published Reviews
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    Science Fiction Library (3 Reviews)
    Ark of Venus, by Clyde B. Clason
    1. Ark of Venus by Clyde B. Clason
    2. The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov
    3. Time Bomb by Wilson Tucker
    Imagination Science Fiction, April 1956, pp. 122-123
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    The Spectroscope (4 Reviews)
    The End of Eternity, by Isaac Asimov
    1. The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov
    2. Far and Away by Anthony Boucher
    3. Time Bomb by Wilson Tucker
    4. Star Guard by Andre Norton
    Amazing Science Fiction Stories, March 1956, pp. 57-59
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    Universe in Books (4 Reviews)
    Inquiry Into Science Fiction, by Basil Davenport
    1. Inquiry Into Science Fiction by Basil Davenport
    2. Not This August by C.M. Kornbluth
    3. Point Ultimate by Jerry Sohl
    4. Time Bomb by Wilson Tucker
    Fantastic Universe Science Fiction, November 1955, pp. 114-118
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (6 Reviews)
    The End of Eternity, by Isaac Asimov
    1. The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov
    2. Reprieve from Paradise by H. Chandler Elliott
    3. Time Bomb by Wilson Tucker
    4. Sargasso of Space by Andrew North
    5. Spaceflight Venus by Philip Wilding
    6. The Green Man from Space by Lewis Zarem
    Galaxy Science Fiction, February 1956, pp. 88-91
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    The Reference Library (7 Reviews)
    Futures
    1. The Foreseeable Future by George P. Thomson
    2. Reprieve from Paradise by H. Chandler Elliott
    3. Galaxy of Ghouls by Judith Merril
    4. Frontiers of Astronomy by Fred Hoyle
    5. The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov
    6. Time Bomb by Wilson Tucker
    7. The Paradox Men / Dome Around America by Charles L. Harness and Jack Williamson
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, February 1956, pp. 140-148