James Blish - The Thing In The Attic download album
He looked around in the brightening, misty morning. The eastern horizon was black against the limb of the great red sun, which had already risen about a third of its diameter; it was almost time for the small, blue-white, furiously hot consort to follow. All the way to that brink, as to every other horizon, the woven ocean of the tree tops flowed gently in long, unbreaking waves, featureless as some smooth oil.
Illustrated by Paul Orban. Transcriber Note: This etext was produced from If Worlds of ScienceFiction July 1954. And the Giants abode yet a while, and taught men to speak, and to write, and to weave, and to do many things which are needful to do, of which the writings speak.
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Honath the Pursemaker is a heretic. He doesn’t believe the stories in the Book of Laws which claims giants created his tree-dwelling race. He makes his opinion known and is banished with his infidel friends to the floor of the jungle where dangers abound. Perhaps he’ll find some truth down there.
Download James Blish's The Thing in the Attic for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile. Honath and his fellow arch-doubters did not believe in the Giants, and for this they were cast into Hell. Honath the Pursemaker was hauled from the nets an hour before the rest of the prisoners, as befitted his role as the arch-doubter of them all. It was not.
According to ISFDB The Thing in the Attic is one of five stories in Blish's Pantropy series. It should be interesting to see how this story fits together with the others . Blish trained as a biologist at Rutgers and Columbia University, and spent 1942 James Benjamin Blish (East Orange, New Jersey, May 23, 1921 – Henley-on-Thames, July 30, 1975) was an American author of fantasy and science fiction. Blish also wrote literary criticism of science fiction using the pen-name William Atheling Jr. In the late 1930's to the early 1940's, Blish was a member of the Futurians. Blish trained as a biologist at Rutgers and Columbia University, and spent 1942–1944 as a medical technician in the .
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- Coordinator [Meta-/ Cataloging] – Barry Eads
- Liner Notes [Summary By] – Gregg Margarite
- Read By – Gregg Margarite
- Supervised By [Dedicated Proof-listener] – Betty M.
NotesScience-fiction story, read in American English language. First published in the July, 1954 edition of If, Worlds of Science Fiction magazine.
Total running time: 1:22:02
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