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The Thing in the Attic

The Thing in the Attic by James Blish
By: (1921-1975)

"The Thing in the Attic" is a gripping and eerie novella that delves into themes of fear, paranoia, and the unknown. James Blish masterfully builds tension throughout the story, keeping readers on the edge of their seats as they await the reveal of the mysterious presence in the attic. The characters are well-developed and relatable, drawing readers into their world and making them feel their growing sense of unease. Blish's writing is atmospheric and vivid, painting a vivid picture of the eerie attic and the sinister entity that lurks within. Overall, "The Thing in the Attic" is a suspenseful and haunting read that will leave readers contemplating the nature of fear and the darkness that lies hidden in the shadows.

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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. – The Thing in the Attic is one of Blish’s Pantropy tales and was first published in the July, 1954 edition of If, Worlds of Science Fiction magazine.

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Reviews (Rated: 4 Stars - 1 review)

Reviewer: - March 12, 2014
Subject: Thing in the Attic
Cute little story, Greg does a good job of reading it.

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