Paperback Parlour, October 1979

Editor(s): Joseph Nicholas 
Pages: 12, A4
Notes: No 16, Volume 3, No. 2 (again), 16th issue

  Sleeve Notes - Rob Hansen 

Book Reviews by Alan Dorey
  In Solitary - Garry Kilworth 
  Rule Golden - Damon Knight 
  Wonderworlds - William F. Nolan 
  Alien Embassy - Ian Watson 

Book Reviews by Paul Kincaid
  Roadside Picnic - Arkadi Strugatsky  Boris Strugatsky 

Book Reviews by David Langford
  Study War No More (Edited) - Joe Haldeman 
  The Swords of Lankhmar - Fritz Leiber 
  Swords and Ice Magic - Fritz Leiber 
  Hot Rain - Harold N. Portnoy 

Book Reviews by Ian Maule
  Hunters of the Red Moon - Marion Zimmer Bradley 
  Starmaster's Gambit - Gerard Klein 

Book Reviews by Janice Maule
  The Fate of the Phoenix - Sondra Marshak  Myrna Culbreath 
  Car Sinister (Edited) - Robert Silverberg  Martin H. Greenberg  Joseph D. Olander 

Book Reviews by Joseph Nicholas
  The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams 
  Brothers of the Head - Brian W. Aldiss 
  Last Orders - Brian W. Aldiss 
  The Source of Magic - Piers Anthony 
  Nightmares and Geezenstacks - Fredric Brown 
  The Lavalite World - Philip Jose Farmer 
  The Panchronicon Plot - Ron Goulart 
  The Earth Again Redeemed - Martin Green 
  The Third World War - Sir John Hackett 
  Lifecloud - Fred Hoyle  Chandra Wickramasinghe 
  Morlock Night - K. W. Jeter 
  Raven 5: A Time of Dying - Richard Kirk 
  Dreamsnake - Vonda N. McIntyre 
  Legends from the End of Time - Michael Moorcock 
  The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VI (Edited) - Gerald W. Page 
  The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VII (Edited) - Gerald W. Page 
  Alternating Currents - Frederik Pohl 
  The Man Who Ate the World - Frederik Pohl 
  Survival Kit - Frederik Pohl 
  The Instrumentality of Mankind - Cordwainer Smith 
  Wildeblood's Empire - Brian M. Stableford 
  The Day of the Triffids - John Wyndham 
  The Chrysalids - John Wyndham 
  The Midwich Cuckoos - John Wyndham 
  The Trouble with Lichen - John Wyndham 

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