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KALEIDOSCOPE & THE HUMAN OPERATORS

by | Read by Harlan Ellison

Science Fiction • 90 min. • Anthology • ©

Two novellas with different narrators are presented in this program as part of Stellar Audio's series of short fiction. Bradbury's KALEIDOSCOPE is one of the world's best known sci-fi stories, a contemplative tale of space-suited men thrown into the void by an exploding ship; they have radio contact but no hope of rescue. The reader is not named; he has a slow, deep voice and brings out the anguish of the despairing men. Ellison and Van Vogt's THE HUMAN OPERATORS, a tale with some sexual scenes, is read by Ellison himself. His high-pitched voice and manic pacing are right for the story, which involves a young man on a computer-dominated starship. D.R.W. © AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: AUG/SEP 99]

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Formats

Retail pak • Stellar Audio/Brilliance • 1997

CS ISBN 156740958X $4.99 • One cassettes

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