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Honeymoon in Hell

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Honeymoon in Hell
AuthorFredric Brown
Cover artistHieronymus Bosch
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreScience fiction
PublisherBantam Books
Publication date
August 1958
Media typePrint (paperback)
Pages170
The title story, "Honeymoon in Hell", was the cover story in the second issue of Galaxy Science Fiction in 1950.
The title story, "Honeymoon in Hell", was the cover story in the second issue of Galaxy Science Fiction in 1950.

"Honeymoon in Hell" is a science fiction short story by American writer Fredric Brown, first published in 1950. It was the title story of a short story anthology published in 1958.

Contents

  • Honeymoon in Hell
  • Too Far
  • Man of Distinction
  • Millennium
  • The Dome
  • Blood
  • Hall of Mirrors
  • Experiment
  • The Last Martian
  • Sentry
  • Mouse
  • Naturally
  • Voodoo
  • "Arena"
  • Keep Out
  • First Time Machine
  • And the Gods Laughed
  • The Weapon
  • A Word from Our Sponsor
  • Rustle of Wings
  • Imagine

Adaptations

In 1956 the short story Honeymoon in Hell was adapted for radio on NBC's X Minus One program.[1]

In 1987, Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro adapted Naturally into a short film entitled Geometria.

  1. ^ X Minus 1, X Minus 1 page 2, retrieved 2020-09-10
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