The Pygmy Planet

The Pygmy Planet Down into the infinitely small goes Larry on his mission to the Pygmy Planet

  • Title: The Pygmy Planet
  • Author: Jack Williamson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Down into the infinitely small goes Larry on his mission to the Pygmy Planet.

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    About “Jack Williamson”

    1. Jack Williamson

      John Stewart Williamson who wrote as Jack Williamson and occasionally under the pseudonym Will Stewart was a U.S writer often referred to as the Dean of Science Fiction.

    899 thoughts on “The Pygmy Planet”

    1. The Pygmy Planet by Jack Williamson, Astounding Stories February 1932I listened to the Librovox reading and followed along in the Feedbooks epub of the story. I have to give it two stars, as one star is “I didn't like it” and the truth is, I listened along without steam flying out of my ears or having my eyes bleed. So it was “ok”.There's nothing believable about this story at all. But it's speculative fiction, so there's that. Which came first, Jules Verne, Jack Williamson, or Isaac Asi [...]


    2. Really silly story This short story was written in 1932 and has a early sci-fi feel about it. Silly science. Monsters. Damsel in distress. Unfortunately it doesn't come together at all for me. Williamson is a dreadful writer, and uses the same descriptive phrases over and over. The prose is stark but uneven.Larry feels his life needs an adventure and son finds himself on a tiny planet in a laboratory. His love interest is captured by mechanical monsters with human brains and taken to the planet. [...]


    3. A tale told in the first person. It is action packed science fiction adventure. The narrators voice is clear and easy to listen to. Greg Margarite is well rehearse reader of many books. The recording quality is clear (no background noise), with plenty of volume and the editing technique is spotless.



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