Storie di giovani mostri

Storie di giovani mostri Willie destinato a vivere un infanzia senza fine Buddy l umanoide proveniente da procione cui affidata l educazione di Tim troppo egoisticamente programmato dai genitori Timmy che sente l avvicin

  • Title: Storie di giovani mostri
  • Author: Isaac Asimov Francesca Lazzarato Ray Bradbury Fredric Brown John Brunner George Byram Idris Seabright Mack Reynolds
  • ISBN: 9788804323679
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Willie, destinato a vivere un infanzia senza fine Buddy, l umanoide proveniente da procione, cui affidata l educazione di Tim, troppo egoisticamente programmato dai genitori Timmy, che sente l avvicinarsi della morte, chiunque essa decide di colpire David, le cui scapole di trasformeranno in ali Taddeo, capace di muovere gli oggeti col pensieroSono i giovani mostrWillie, destinato a vivere un infanzia senza fine Buddy, l umanoide proveniente da procione, cui affidata l educazione di Tim, troppo egoisticamente programmato dai genitori Timmy, che sente l avvicinarsi della morte, chiunque essa decide di colpire David, le cui scapole di trasformeranno in ali Taddeo, capace di muovere gli oggeti col pensieroSono i giovani mostri protagonisti di alcune delle storie presentate da Asimov Personaggi e storie sono paradossali tuttavia, chi ha sentito parlare dell ingegneria genetica li trover stranamente familiari e persino verosimili Che sia davvero questo il futuro dell uomo Contiene le storie Salve, addio Hail and Farewell, Ray Bradbury Vietato l accesso Keep Out, Fredric Brown A che servono gli amici What Friends Are For, john Brunner Supercavallo The Wonder Horse, George Byram Il bambino che ascoltava The Listening Child, Idris Seabright Alla larga da Michi Prone, Mack Reynolds Nato per volare He That Hath Wings, Edmond Hamilton La Sezione Ragazzi The Children s Room, Raymond F Jones Il linguaggio perduto The Lost Language, David H Keller Dai, cammina Come on, Wagon , Zenna Henderson

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    1. This is part of the young readers series of Asimov editor anthologies which in this case follows the theme of mutants. There are so very well known and established authors who have works in this book. And as such now as then I think its a brilliant showcase on what genre can create and offer in so few pages. I know I will never be an author but it does not stop me respecting and admiring what they can do and short stories to me - is the pinnacle of their creative art.

    2. It's a little hard to judge this as a young adult anthology, as I first read it as full adult. But still, Young Mutants is very good and I think I'd recommend it to just about anyone.My favorite stories from this anthology include: "Keep Out" by Fredric Brown, because human egocentrism is such a very dangerous thing; "I Can't Help Saying Goodbye" by Ann Mackenzie, the single best story here and not just because of the total lack of punctuation; "The Children's Room" by Raymond F. Jones, only par [...]

    3. A collection of short stories by a variety of authors about children with one common characteristic--they are all mutants.My favorite story was "He Who Hath Wings" about a young man born with hollow bones, like a bird, and who had large wings on his back. A sad story about acceptance, he would try hard to fit in. He would cut his wings so he wouldn't have to hide them. When he finally grew up to be a young man, he returned to the home of his birth where his mother reminded him that he must not d [...]

    4. I'm glad to see that this book is still around, it's great for any age group and each story is really original in its own way. The most memorable for me was "I Can't Help Saying Goodbye' (which was adapted into a Tales From the Darkside episode in the Eighties). And what isn't cool about imagining being able to have the powers that the kids in this book have? Being able to predict the future, telekinesis, etc. are just a few of the things featured in this anthology. Young Mutants is great to tak [...]

    5. The quality of this collection really caught me off guard. There are only two big-name writers, Ray Bradbury and John Brunner, but almost every story is great. It reminded me of being twelve and choosing my own books at the library for the first time. If you're feeling nostalgic for Golden Age science fiction, you should definitely check it out.

    6. I thought this book was just amazing! My teacher said it was a classic which I just thought was really cool.

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