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Spacemen Never Die!   By: (1920-)

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Spacemen Never Die! by Morris Hershman takes readers on an exciting space adventure that will leave them in awe of the vast universe and the endless possibilities it holds. This science fiction masterpiece explores the unexplored realms of space and introduces us to fascinating characters who are determined to uncover the secrets of the cosmos.

Hershman's storytelling skills are impeccable, as he effortlessly weaves together a captivating plot that keeps readers engaged from start to finish. The story follows a group of astronauts who embark on a daring mission to discover new planets and civilizations beyond our solar system. As they traverse the unknown, they encounter mind-bending challenges that test their mental and physical limits, pushing them to the brink of survival.

One of the book's notable strengths lies in its meticulous attention to scientific and technological details. Hershman's extensive research shines through, making the extraterrestrial environments feel thoroughly authentic. This commitment to scientific accuracy enhances the overall believability of the story and makes it easier for readers to fully immerse themselves in this intergalactic journey.

Moreover, the characters in Spacemen Never Die! are brilliantly developed. Each crew member possesses distinct personalities and motivations, allowing readers to form deep connections with them. From the strong-willed and determined captain to the passionate and resourceful scientist, Hershman presents a diverse cast of characters who all contribute to the greater narrative. Their personal conflicts and emotional journeys add layers of complexity that resonate with readers long after the final page.

The author's prose is another standout aspect of this novel. Hershman's writing is eloquent yet accessible, effortlessly guiding readers through intricate scientific concepts without overwhelming them. His vivid descriptions bring the awe-inspiring vastness of space to life, making readers feel like they are floating among the distant stars themselves. Additionally, Hershman's ability to create suspense and maintain a fast-paced narrative ensures that readers are constantly on the edge of their seats, eager to uncover what lies ahead.

If there is one criticism to be made, it would be that the ending of Spacemen Never Die! may leave some readers craving further closure. While the story reaches a satisfying resolution, there are certain questions that remain unanswered, potentially leaving room for a sequel. However, this can also be seen as a testament to the book's success in leaving readers hungry for more of Hershman's thrilling storytelling.

In conclusion, Spacemen Never Die! is a must-read for science fiction enthusiasts and fans of space exploration. Morris Hershman's masterful storytelling, meticulous attention to detail, and captivating characters make this novel an unforgettable journey through the cosmos. While the title may initially pique curiosity, it is the engaging plot, immersive world-building, and thought-provoking themes that truly make this book shine.

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Henry knew his wife had been married once before; now he expected her to start a new life with him but to her the past was alive, and


By Morris Hershman

Henry Weller stood facing a huge three dimensional picture on the wall of his dining room.

"Can't we get rid of it?" he asked, turning to his wife. "I mean, with all due respect, of course."

No man enjoys coming into his dining room and having to sit at meals and look at a full sized picture of his wife's first husband arriving on Venus. Fair's fair, but such a set up is ridiculous.

"No," Phoebe shook her blonde head. "Don Manton loved me and he was famous. I like to be reminded of the days when my picture was in all the telepapers and my face on so many telescreens."

She might just as well have called him a tattered nonentity, though Henry was doing pretty well as a foreman in the local humandroid factory. He was stopped from reminding her by Phoebe's saying that she'd leave for a bit of shopping. She left abruptly.

Henry watched her takeoff from the roof of their two story fibroid house and went back to the dining room. Now, even his warmest admirers would give in that he had a streak of stubbornness in him a mile wide and six miles deep. Henry took the three dimensional monstrosity off the wall, holding it hard by thumb and forefinger on its luminex frame, and prepared to say good by to the picture of Don Manton... Continue reading book >>

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