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Retro Penguin Paperback Covers #19

It’s amazing how fast the weekly retro Penguin post comes along. I’m starting to miss my blog (finally) and am going to begin the process of breathing life back into it. I’ve encountered too much incredible stuff lately for me to not talk about it. In the meantime, enjoy this week’s post and have a brilliant weekend. All other entries in this series can be found here.

A Case of Conscience by James Blish

Go Down, Moses by William Faulkner

Let’s Look at the Figures: A Quantitative Approach to Human Affairs by D. J. Bartholomew and E. E. Bassett

Memory: Facts and Falacies by Ian M. L. Hunter

Mission of Gravity by Hal Clement

One Fat Englishman by Kingsley Amis

The Acupuncture Murders by Dwight Steward

The Arena by William Haggard

The Waste Makers by Vance Packard

Water: In the Service of Man by H. R. Vallentine

Matthew Revert

2 Responses

  1. These were especially terrific. Can’t finish my bagel after “Fat Man…” but I’ll survive.

    • Ha! Yes… the ‘Fat Man’ cover is harrowing to say the least. But I believe it empowers you in some strange way. Happy you enjoyed this week’s selection.

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