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David Duncan • 23 Items / 11 Books, 12 Articles
Dark Dominion (1954)
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (11 Reviews)
    Dark Dominion, by David Duncan
    1. Dark Dominion by David Duncan
    2. Operational Philosophy by Anatol Rapoport
    3. Revolt in 2100 by Robert A. Heinlein
    4. Spider's War by S. Fowler Wright
    5. Born of Man and Woman by Richard Matheson
    6. Mission of Gravity by Hal Clement
    7. Worlds in Space by Martin Caidin
    8. Gateway to Tomorrow by John Carnell
    9. Untouched by Human Hands by Robert Sheckley
    10. Hero's Walk by Robert Crane
    11. Starship Through Space by Lee Correy
    Galaxy Science Fiction, August 1954, pp. 93-97
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    Book Reviews (11 Reviews)
    Alien Dust, by E.C. Tubb
    1. Alien Dust by E.C. Tubb
    2. Utopia 239 by Rex Gordon
    3. Dark Dominion by David Duncan
    4. Martin Magnus, Planet Rover by William Frederick Temple
    5. Alien Landscapes by Jonathan Burke
    6. The Currents of Space by Isaac Asimov
    7. White August by John Boland
    8. The Sky Block by Steve Frazee
    9. Hellflower by George O. Smith
    10. Earthlight by Arthur C. Clarke
    11. The Man Who Sold the Moon by Robert A. Heinlein
    New Worlds Science Fiction, July 1955, pp. 123-130
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    The Reference Library (12 Reviews)
    "Serious" Stuff
    1. The Magicians by J.B. Priestley
    2. The Second Conquest by Louis de Wohl
    3. The Fabulous Journey of Hieronymus Meeker by Willy Johns
    4. Atta by Francis Rufus Bellamy
    5. Hero's Walk by Robert Crane
    6. Angels and Spaceships by Fredric Brown
    7. The Victorian Chaise-Longue by Marghanita Laski
    8. Dark Dominion by David Duncan
    9. Riders to the Stars by Curt Siodmak and Robert Smith
    10. The Deluge by Leonardo da Vinci and Robert Payne
    11. One in Three Hundred by J.T. McIntosh
    12. A Guide to the Planets by Patrick Moore
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, February 1955, pp. 141-148