Machines That Kill

Machines That Kill

Fred Saberhagen / Dec 15, 2019

Machines That Kill From deadly rayguns to killer robots technology runs amuck in a collection featuring stories by Poul Anderson Gordon Dickson Robert Heinlein and other science fiction and fantasy greats

  • Title: Machines That Kill
  • Author: Fred Saberhagen
  • ISBN: 9780812520590
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • From deadly rayguns to killer robots, technology runs amuck in a collection featuring stories by Poul Anderson, Gordon Dickson, Robert Heinlein, and other science fiction and fantasy greats.

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    About "Fred Saberhagen"

      • Fred Saberhagen

        Fred Saberhagen was an American science fiction and fantasy author most famous for his Beserker and Dracula stories.Saberhagen also wrote a series of a series of post apocalyptic mytho magical novels beginning with his popular Empire of the East and continuing through a long series of Swords and Lost Swords novels Saberhagen died of cancer, in Albuquerque, New MexicoSaberhagen was born in and grew up in the area of Chicago, Illinois Saberhagen served in the U.S Air Force during the Korean War while he was in his early twenties Back in civilian life, Saberhagen worked as an It was while he was working for Motorola after his military service that Saberhagen started writing fiction seriously at the age of about 30 Fortress Ship , his first Berserker short shory, was published in 1963 Then, in 1964, Saberhagen saw the publication of his first novel, The Golden People.From 1967 to 1973, he worked as an editor for the Chemistry articles in the Encyclop dia Britannica as well as writing its article on science fiction He then quit and took up writing full time In 1975, he moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico.He married fellow writer Joan Spicci in 1968 They had two sons and a daughter.


    1. My paperback, rescued from somewhere, is not shown among the editions. Ace Science Fiction published in 1984. The lineup of writers is star-studded"Killdozer" by Theodore Sturgeon - A classic (long)story by a sci-fi all-timer. I read this many years ago AND remember seeing the TV movie version of it. The on-screen battle between the dozer and the shovel was very entertaining! The plot had been changed and simplified(of course) and updated from its WWII setting. The author either took the time to [...]

    2. Another very good military/war SF book. Great stories by Drake, Bester, Laumer and others.My cover is different than this one.

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