“Behold,” he said. “Something Columbus couldn’t find. The edge of the world.”
For its time, published in 1960, innovative science fiction. Characters and plot are mediocre. Pop corn for the mind then and now. Not politically correct by current standards.
“The old town’s really come up in the world, hasn’t it?” “Overnight.”
Pattern for many subsequent science fiction tales, though in most the patch of earth is displaced temporally, not spatially.
“That sums up why you’ve never been a howling success in politics. You don’t give a damn for the people. All you care about is yourself.” Refreshing; today it’s a given that Continue reading