The Twilight Zone: Complete Stories

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TV Books, 1990 - Fiction - 413 pages
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Nineteen stories deal with a dreamworld, time travel, a hypochondriac, a gambler, an amnesia victim, an alien invasion, robots, an accomplished liar, and a group of desperate survivors

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Creepy stuff...and I like it.

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I appreciate what science fiction has done for society. It has made us, as humans, branch out into a different way of thinking. This book has it all, from UFOs to different dimensions. It's a wonderful read and I'd recommend it to almost anyone with a brain! Read full review

Contents

Introduction by T E D Klein
11
Stories from The Twilight Zone
19
More Stories from The Twilight Zone
149
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Rod Serling (1924 - 1975), best known as the creator of The Twilight Zone, was a seminal figure in the Golden Age of Television and became a cultural icon of the 20th century. A prolific writer, he wrote 252 scripts between 1950 and 1975; has won more Emmy Awards (6) than any other writer; and the Writers Guild of America recently declared Twilight Zone as one of the top three best written television programs of the past seventy years.

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