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The City at World's End

Edmond Hamilton (1904-1977)

1. Chapter 01 - cataclysm
2. Chapter 02 - the incredible
3. Chapter 03 - dying planet
4. Chapter 04 - dead city
5. Chapter 05 - in the red dawn
6. Chapter 06 - caravan into tomorrow
7. Chapter 07 - under the dome
8. Chapter 08 - Middletown calling!
9. Chapter 09 - out of the silence
10. Chapter 10 - from the stars
11. Chapter 11 - revelation
12. Chapter 12 - crisis
13. Chapter 13 - embattled city
14. Chapter 14 - last appeal
15. Chapter 15 - mission for Earth
16. Chapter 16 - on Vega
17. Chapter 17 - judgment of the stars
18. Chapter 18 - fatefull return
19. Chapter 19 - Middletown decides
20. Chapter 20 - appointment with destiny
21. Chapter 21 - waking world

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Summary

A surprise nuclear war may cause the End of the World, but not the way anyone could have imagined. A classic science fiction tale from Galaxy Magazine.

Reviews

Rishi

- Overall a good book

Great narrator, a nice plot makes this a treat to listen

b8dal

- City at World's End

a great novel. simply well written. i enjoyed just immersing myself and getting lost in the story. i loved the interaction between the characters. i thought they were nicely developed for such a short story. for one of the first ever fictions that helped begin a new genre (science fiction) it's one of the best books i've read.

Sneetch

- The city at Worlds End

good story kind of appropriate consider the world politics of today

Bernie

- City at Worlds End

A really good story for the time and very well read by Mark Nelson