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Contents: Brian W. Aldiss - Hothouse Ron Goulart - Time Was Rosel George Brown - Of All Possible Worlds Marcel Ayme - The Ubiquitous Wife Grendel Briarton - Ferdinand Feghoot: XXXVI Theodore L. Thomas - The Intruder Isaac Asimov - Science: Order! Order! C. Brian Kelly - The Tunnel Robert F. Young - Storm Over Sodom Cover by Emsh


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Contents: Brian W. Aldiss - Hothouse Ron Goulart - Time Was Rosel George Brown - Of All Possible Worlds Marcel Ayme - The Ubiquitous Wife Grendel Briarton - Ferdinand Feghoot: XXXVI Theodore L. Thomas - The Intruder Isaac Asimov - Science: Order! Order! C. Brian Kelly - The Tunnel Robert F. Young - Storm Over Sodom Cover by Emsh

10 review for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1961 (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, #117)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Leroy Erickson

    This was a very good issue. Several stories had some unique plots. Brian W. Aldiss - Hothouse - 4 stars - Far, far in the future, on a greatly changed Earth, an also greatly changed mankind struggles to survive. A well done story. Ron Goulart - Time Was - 4 stars - An amateur detective tries to help a young woman who is becoming entrapped in a time warp. Rosel George Brown - Of All Possible Worlds - 5 stars - There are several unusual ideas in this story. First, individual one-person spaceship "pod This was a very good issue. Several stories had some unique plots. Brian W. Aldiss - Hothouse - 4 stars - Far, far in the future, on a greatly changed Earth, an also greatly changed mankind struggles to survive. A well done story. Ron Goulart - Time Was - 4 stars - An amateur detective tries to help a young woman who is becoming entrapped in a time warp. Rosel George Brown - Of All Possible Worlds - 5 stars - There are several unusual ideas in this story. First, individual one-person spaceship "pods" which are pre-programmed to take one person to a far destination (in suspension), land him/her, and then return home in 5 years. Second is the idea of anthropologists studying alien cultures by using these pods. Third is the unusual culture which the man in this story finds. Marcel Ayme - The Ubiquitous Wife - 5 stars - Another very unusual story. A woman finds out that she has the ability to split herself and live two or more lives, then later merge back together. While split, each half is experiencing what the other half is doing. If living two lives is enjoyable, then why not try 100, 1000 or more? Very interesting ideas. Grendel Briarton - Ferdinand Feghoot: XXXVI - 3 stars - OK, but just barely. Theodore L. Thomas - The Intruder - 4 stars - Going on a fishing trip, 400 million years in the past. Isaac Asimov - Science: Order! Order! - 3 stars - A discussion of entropy. C. Brian Kelly - The Tunnel - 3 stars - A battle between a man and a cockroach. Robert F. Young - Storm Over Sodom - 4 stars - Survivors of the destruction of a spaceship land on an unknown planet, which has suffered its own unusual disaster.

  2. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tina

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michael Joseph Schumann

  5. 4 out of 5

    Allan Phillips

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gazmend Kryeziu

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dax

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dante

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Crowl

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