His neighbor tightened her lips, forming fine wrinkles around them, lifting her palms in a helpless gesture. “A communist spy? I could be.”
E. Thomas Thomas
“Afterward, before I was captured by the Scientific Society, it started to snow. But it wasn’t snow, it was ash. Fine, white powder that turned black o…
E. Thomas Thomas
"One thing is certain: This page didn’t come here with me. Somebody put it here, in my room.”
E. Thomas Thomas
"‘Escher’ rings a bell. I recall meeting a consultant by that name who made a series of technical drawings for the Icarus project in ‘66 or ‘67."
E. Thomas Thomas
Man made structures were built around and on top of what was already there—what had probably been there long before man himself existed as such.
E. Thomas Thomas
“Eleven years out to Neptune and back on an old fission job. You see things. Lose things.”
E. Thomas Thomas
He braced himself against the edge of the sink, drops of water falling from his mustache. He could feel the muscles in his forearms trembling.
E. Thomas Thomas
He snapped his fingers. “Monty, it’s just bloody possible that they’ve got themselves a Martian.”
E. Thomas Thomas
A flickering blue light kept on inside the shop outlined silhouettes of inscrutable artifacts of human and Martian life, equally lost to time, in the s…
E. Thomas Thomas
Beneath the dead and wind-driven sand of the surface, its previous inhabitants had burrowed, tunneled, and built a civilization that had lasted million…
E. Thomas Thomas
the colossal structures among which human dwellings were nestled here had been built—or perhaps grown, by the look of them—when London was populated ma…
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Was it really nighttime? Lamont Townsend wondered, as he often did.
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