CITY AT WORLD'S END. Edmond Hamilton.

CITY AT WORLD'S END. New York: Frederick Fell, Inc., [1951]. Octavo, boards. First edition. The descendants of man meet their ancestors. A nuclear explosion throws the inhabitants of a small mid-twentieth-century Midwestern city into the far future where the Earth is dying and abandoned by man. "There follows an exciting tale full of standard space opera elements -- old fashioned, implausible but full of pulp verve: the kind they don't write anymore." - Pringle, The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction, second edition (1995). p. 68. Brians, p. 211. Spine lean, a nearly fine copy in bright, very good dust jacket with light wear at edges, mainly spine ends and corner tips, and light internal foxing. (#157743).

Price: $100.00

Printing identification statement for this book:
"First Printing February 1951" on copyright page.