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Astounding Stories 06, June 1930

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Astounding Stories 06, June 1930 is a collection of science fiction stories that truly live up to the magazine's name. Each story is filled with imaginative concepts, thrilling adventures, and thought-provoking ideas.

One standout story in this issue is "Vampires of Venus" by Anthony Pelcher, which follows a group of astronauts who discover a strange race of alien creatures on the planet Venus. The story is filled with suspense and mystery, as the astronauts try to uncover the secrets of these enigmatic beings.

Another highlight is "Sub-Sub Librarian" by E. K. Jarvis, a humorous tale about a librarian who discovers a hidden world beneath the library where all the forgotten books and characters reside. The story is filled with clever references to classic literature and is sure to delight any book lover.

Overall, Astounding Stories 06, June 1930 is a fantastic collection of science fiction stories that will captivate readers with its thrilling adventures and imaginative concepts. Whether you're a fan of space exploration, alien civilizations, or literary references, this issue has something for everyone. Highly recommended for fans of classic science fiction.

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Issue six of this seminal science-fiction magazine concludes the Ray Cummings story "Brigands of the Moon", and continues Murray Leinster's "Murder Madness". In addition there are three short stories, by various authors, and a short novel by Charles W. Diffin

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