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Sam, This is You   By: (1896-1975)

Sam, This is You by Murray Leinster

Sam, This Is You by Murray Leinster is a riveting science fiction novel that takes readers on a thrilling and mind-bending journey through time and space. Leinster, known for his ability to create captivating stories filled with intricate plotlines, has once again proved his mastery with this compelling and thought-provoking novel.

The story follows the life of Sam, a seemingly ordinary man who suddenly finds himself catapulted into a series of strange and inexplicable events. Through a twist of fate, Sam discovers that he possesses the unique ability to travel through time and visit parallel universes, which sets the stage for an exhilarating adventure filled with endless possibilities.

Leinster skillfully weaves together elements of science fiction, mystery, and suspense throughout the narrative, keeping readers on the edge of their seats. The author's attention to detail and vivid descriptions allow readers to visualize the different worlds Sam visits, adding a sense of immersion to the story.

One of the most compelling aspects of the novel is the exploration of the concepts of identity and self-discovery. As Sam immerses himself in various realities, he grapples with questions about who he really is and what defines his existence. Leinster's characterization of Sam is both nuanced and relatable, enabling readers to empathize with his journey of self-discovery.

Furthermore, the pacing of the novel is superb, with each chapter offering new and intriguing developments that propel the plot forward. Leinster's crisp and concise writing style ensures that readers are never bogged down by unnecessary details, maintaining an engaging reading experience from beginning to end.

While the novel's plot can be complex at times, Leinster expertly guides readers through the intricacies, ensuring that the story remains accessible. The unexpected twists and turns keep readers guessing, serving as a testament to the author's skill in crafting an unpredictable and captivating tale.

Overall, Sam, This Is You by Murray Leinster is a must-read for fans of science fiction and those who enjoy thought-provoking narratives. Leinster's masterful storytelling and imaginative world-building make this novel a standout in the genre. If you're looking for an exhilarating adventure that combines time travel, parallel universes, and deep introspection, this book is an excellent choice.

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Illustrated by MEL HUNTER

[Transcriber Note: This etext was produced from Galaxy Science Fiction May 1955. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.]

[Sidenote: Sam had led a peaceful and impecunious life until a voice cut in on a phone and said: Sam, this is You]

You are not supposed to believe this story, and if you ask Sam Yoder about it, he is apt to say that it's all a lie. But Sam is a bit sensitive about it. He does not want the question of privacy to be raised again especially in Rosie's hearing. And there are other matters. But it's all perfectly respectable and straightforward.

It could have happened to anybody well, almost anybody. Anybody, say, who was a telephone lineman for the Batesville and Rappahannock Telephone Company, and who happened to be engaged to Rosie, and who had been told admiringly by Rosie that a man as smart as he was ought to make something wonderful of himself. And, of course, anybody who'd taken that seriously and had been puttering around on a device to make private conversations on a party line telephone possible, and almost had the trick.

It began about six o'clock on July second, when Sam was up a telephone pole near Bridge's Run... Continue reading book >>

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