Monday, May 11, 2020

THE LOST FACE: Best Science Fiction from Czechoslovakia

THE LOST FACE: Best Science Fiction from Czechoslovakia
(translated by Iris Urwin)
Out of print
Various prices


The Publisher Says: This outstanding collection of eight science fiction stories was written by Czechoslovakia's leading exponent of the genre, Dr. Josef Nesvadba, whose tales have never before been made available to American readers. The stories, which combine in intriguing proportions elements of science and fantasy, will be relished in their own right, and the fact that they are from a country whose science fiction is known to few Western readers should doubly enhance their appeal.

My Review:

As is my wont, I will use the time-honored and very efficient Bryce Method to view the stories as they come.

The Death of an Apeman (1970)

Expedition in the Opposite Direction (1964)

The Trial Nobody Ever Heard Of (1970)

The Lost Face (1964)

The Chemical Formula of Destiny (1964)

Inventer of His Own Undoing (1964)

Doctor Moreau's Other Island (1964)

In the Footsteps of the Abominable Snowman (1964)

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