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Manly Wade Wellman • 96 Items / 67 Articles, 28 Books
Who Fears the Devil? (1963)
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    Fantasy Books (5 Reviews)
    Almuric, by Robert E. Howard
    1. Almuric by Robert E. Howard
    2. The Reign of Wizardry by Jack Williamson
    3. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer
    4. Who Fears the Devil? by Manly Wade Wellman
    5. Valley of the Flame by Henry Kuttner
    Fantastic Science Fiction, March 1965, pp. 114-132
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    Forgotten Treasures (10 Reviews)
    Judgment Night, by C.L. Moore
    1. Judgment Night by C.L. Moore
    2. Pilgrimage by Zenna Henderson
    3. The People: No Different Flesh by Zenna Henderson
    4. Tau Zero by Poul Anderson
    5. Earth Abides by George R. Stewart
    6. Gather in the Hall of the Planets by K.M. O'Donnell
    7. The Marching Morons by C.M. Kornbluth
    8. Cosmicomics by Italo Calvino
    9. The Witches of Karres by James H. Schmitz
    10. Who Fears the Devil? by Manly Wade Wellman
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, March 1998, pp. 80-85
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    Books (13 Reviews)
    A Sense of Reality, by Graham Greene
    1. A Sense of Reality by Graham Greene
    2. Five Tales from Tomorrow by T.E. Dikty
    3. Eros and Evil by Robert E.L. Masters
    4. Radio Astronomy for Amateurs by Frank W. Hyde
    5. The Big Dish by Roger Piper
    6. Intelligent Life in Space by Frank D. Drake
    7. The Secrets of Dr. Taverner by Dion Fortune
    8. A Survey of the Moon by Patrick Moore
    9. Seconds by David Ely
    10. Man on Earth by S.P.R. Carter
    11. Who Fears the Devil? by Manly Wade Wellman
    12. Man and the Sun by Jacquetta H. Hawkes
    13. The World of Flying Saucers by Donald H. Menzel and Lyle G. Boyd
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1964, pp. 93-96