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Books that I read in March

Books that I read in March:

16. Conklin, Groff, ed. The Golden Age of Science Fiction (785 p.)
(Contents: Concerning Science Fiction (essay), by John W. Campbell; Solution Unsatisfactory, by Anson MacDonald (Robert A. Heinlein); The Great War Syndicate (abridged), by Frank R. Stockton; The Piper's Son, by Lewis Padgett (Henry Kuttner & C. L. Moore); Deadline, by Cleve Cartmill; Lobby, by Clifford D. Simak; Blowups Happen, by Anson MacDonald (Robert A. Heinlein); Atomic Power, by Don A. Stuart (John W. Campbell); Killdozer!, by Theodore Sturgeon; Davey Jones' Ambassador, by Raymond Z. Gallun; Giant in the Earth, by Morrison Colladay; Goldfish Bowl, by Anson MacDonald (Robert A. Heinlein); The Ivy War, by David H. Keller; Liquid Life, by Ralph Milne Farley; A Tale of the Ragged Mountains, by Edgar Allan Poe; The Great Keinplatz Experiment, by Arthur Conan Doyle; The Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes, by H. G. Wells; The Tissue-Culture King, by Julian Huxley; The Ultimate Catalyst, by John Taine (Eric Temple Bell); The Terrible Sense, by Calvin Peregoy (Thomas Calvert McClary); A Scientist Divides, by Donald Wandrei; Tricky Tonnage, by Malcolm Jameson; The Lanson Screen, by Arthur Leo Zagat; The Ultimate Metal, by Nat Schachner; The Machine, by Don A. Stuart (John W. Campbell); Short-Circuited Probability, by Norman L. Knight; The Search, by A. E. van Vogt; The Upper Level Road, by Warner Van Lorne (F. Orlin Tremaine); The 32nd of May, by Paul Ernst; The Monster from Nowhere, by Nelson S. Bond; First Contact, by Murray Leinster; Universe, by Robert A. Heinlein; Blind Alley, by Isaac Asimov; En Route to Pluto, by Wallace West; The Retreat to Mars, by Cecil B. White; The Man Who Saved the Earth, by Austin Hall; Spawn of the Stars, by Charles Willard Diffin; The Flame Midget, by Frank Belknap Long; Expedition, by Anthony Boucher; The Conquest of Gola, by Leslie F. Stone; Jackdaw, by Ross Rocklynne)

17. Asimov, Isaac, Charles G. Waugh, & Martin H. Greenberg, eds. Isac Asimov Presents the Best Fantasy of the 19th Century (368 p.)
(Contents: When Fantasy Became Fantasy (essay), by Isaac Asimov; The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving; Federigo, by Prosper Mérimée; Dr. Heidegger's Experiment, by Nathaniel Hawthorne; The Overcoat, by Nikolai Gogol; A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens; The Snow Queen, by Hans Christian Andersen; Hands Off, by Edward Everett Hale; How Much Land Does a Man Need, by Leo Tolstoy; The Canterville Ghost, by Oscar Wilde; Lot No. 249, by Arthur Conan Doyle; The Bottle Imp, by Robert Louis Stevenson; The Christmas Shadrach, by Frank Stockton; Black Heart and White Heart, by H. Rider Haggard; The Man Who Could Work Miracles, by H.G. Wells)

18. Martin, George R.R., ed. Wildcards (Wildcards, v. 1) (410 p.)

March total: 1,563 pages
2010 total: 5,343 pages

There are some really good stories in that batch; too many to specifically call any out.

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