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Start by marking The Other Side of Tomorrow as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Roger Elwood put together numerous anthologies of science fiction short stories back in the late 60s and 70s. I read quite a few of them when putting together my honor's thesis in college-on religion in science fiction. He seemed to have an affinity for religious themes in science fiction. I was still on my science fiction binge when I picked up The Other Side of Tomorrow back in 1993. Books by Roger Elwood.
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Book by Elwood, Roger. I used to read the hell out of this book in junior high school and I just found it again recently, and the stories in here are pretty fantastic! recommended to fans of surreal, dark speculative fiction. Don't let the fact that it is geared towards adolescents through you off. It's pretty damn good. The other side of Tomorrow: Young Adult Short Fiction. com User, July 31, 2000. The other side of tomorrow is a collection of short science fiction stories geared toward the reading level of young adults.
October 1975 : USA Paperback.
Nine alternatingly depressing or horrifying answers to the question ""What will life be like for the young people of the future?"" One can opt for the fascist nightmares of Gordon Eklund's Nathanism, in which a boy programmed.
Nine alternatingly depressing or horrifying answers to the question ""What will life be like for the young people of the future?"" One can opt for the fascist nightmares of Gordon Eklund's Nathanism, in which a boy programmed for the job of concentration camp director lacks even the free will to fail on his own ""Examination Day,"" and of the persecution of a chemistry student who discovers drugs in his cereal in Raymond F. Jones' ""A Bowl of Biskies Makes a Growing Bo. " Or hold out for more sophisticated psychological en. .
Published by Random House, New York, 1973. Payment must be received before books will be shipped. Condition: Near Fine Hardcover. From Nightingale Books (Stoughton, MA, .
Every tomorrow was like the next page of a novel. We turned the corner and walked down a deserted street. Don't close the book too soon. Was I closing it too soon? Something wonderful could happen tomorrow. If you really want to commit suicide, Sidney, I understand. But I'd hate to see you close the book too soon and miss all the excitement that could happen to you on the next page - the page you're going to write.
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Author: Roger Elwood
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (1973)
Pages: 356 pages
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