One Hundred and Two H-Bombs

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One Hundred and Two H-Bombs
Author Thomas M. Disch
Country United States
Language English
Genre Science fiction short stories
Publisher Compact Books
Publication date
1967
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 192 pp

One Hundred and Two H-Bombs is a collection of science fiction stories by Thomas M. Disch. It was first published by Compact Books in 1967. The stories originally appeared in the magazines Fantastic, Worlds of Tomorrow, Amazing Stories, If, New Worlds, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and Bizarre! Mystery Magazine.

Contents[edit]

  • Introduction"
  • "102 H-Bombs"
  • "The Sightseers"
  • "Final Audit"
  • "The Vamp"
  • "Utopia? Never!"
  • "The Return of the Medusae"
  • "The Princess’ Carillon"
  • "Genetic Coda"
  • "White Fang Goes Dingo"
  • "The Demi-Urge"
  • "Dangerous Flags"
  • "Invaded by Love"
  • "Bone of Contention"
  • "Leader of the Revolution"

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