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Austin Hall • 18 Items / 3 Books, 15 Articles
The Blind Spot (1941)
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Published Reviews
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Blind Spot, by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    1. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, September 1951, p. 124
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    Science Fiction Book Review (3 Reviews)
    Interplanetary Flight, by Arthur C. Clarke
    1. Interplanetary Flight by Arthur C. Clarke
    2. Blinded They Fly by Vol Molesworth
    3. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1941, pp. 141-142
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    The Reference Library (6 Reviews)
    Gateway, by Frederik Pohl
    1. Gateway by Frederik Pohl
    2. Walkers on the Sky by David J. Lake
    3. Star Wars by George Lucas
    4. Strange Horizons by Sam Moskowitz
    5. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    6. The Variable Man by Philip K. Dick
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, February 1977, pp. 166-170
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (7 Reviews)
    World of Wonder, by Fletcher Pratt
    1. World of Wonder by Fletcher Pratt
    2. The House of Many Worlds by Sam Merwin, Jr.
    3. The Sea Around Us by Rachel L. Carson
    4. Every Boy's Book of Science Fiction by Donald A. Wollheim
    5. Rockets, Jets, Guided Missiles and Space Ships by Jack Coggins and Fletcher Pratt
    6. Bullard of the Space Patrol by Malcolm Jameson and Andre Norton
    7. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    Galaxy Science Fiction, January 1952, pp. 115-121
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    The Reference Library (8 Reviews)
    The "Classics"
    1. Krakatit: An Atomic Phantasy by Karel Capek
    2. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    3. The Iron Star by John Taine
    4. Gray Lensman by Edward E. Smith
    5. Slan by A.E. Van Vogt
    6. The Green Hills of Earth by Robert A. Heinlein
    7. Tomorrow and Tomorrow, and The Fairy Chessmen by Lewis Padgett
    8. The Outer Reaches by August Derleth
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, May 1952, pp. 155-161
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    The Reference Library (11 Reviews)
    Seekers of Tomorrow, by Sam Moskowitz
    1. Seekers of Tomorrow by Sam Moskowitz
    2. The New Intelligent Man's Guide to Science by Isaac Asimov
    3. The Pseudo-People by William F. Nolan
    4. Voices from the Sky by Arthur C. Clarke
    5. Code Three by Rick Raphael
    6. Year of the Unicorn by Andre Norton
    7. The Dark Side of the Earth by Alfred Bester
    8. The Clone by Theodore L. Thomas and Kate Wilhelm
    9. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    10. The Spot of Life by Austin Hall
    11. The Genocides by Thomas M. Disch
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, August 1966, pp. 161-168
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    Fiction Flights in Space & Time (21 Reviews)
    The Blind Spot, by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    1. The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
    2. Seeds of Life by John Taine
    3. Tomorrow and Tomorrow, and The Fairy Chessmen by Lewis Padgett
    4. Slan by A.E. Van Vogt
    5. Time and Again by Clifford D. Simak
    6. Seetee Ship by Will Stewart
    7. Gray Lensman by Edward E. Smith
    8. Bullard of the Space Patrol by Malcolm Jameson and Andre Norton
    9. Kinsmen of the Dragon by Stanley Mullen
    10. Wine of the Dreamers by John D. MacDonald
    11. Foundation by Isaac Asimov
    12. The House of Many Worlds by Sam Merwin, Jr.
    13. The City in the Sea by Wilson Tucker
    14. The Puppet Masters by Robert A. Heinlein
    15. Space on My Hands by Fredric Brown
    16. Fancies and Goodnights by John Collier
    17. The Holy Sinner by Thomas Mann
    18. New Tales of Space and Time by Raymond J. Healy
    19. The Outer Reaches by August Derleth
    20. The Best Science Fiction Stories, 1951 by Everett F. Bleiler and T.E. Dikty
    21. Possible Worlds of Science Fiction by Groff Conklin
    The Saturday Review, February 23, 1952, pp. 20-21