THE FOUR DAY WEEKEND. New York: Belmont Books, [1966]. Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Belmont Books B50-699. Three Meldebs, telepathic sponge-like aliens from a planet of the star Sirius, land in Lake Michigan. They reprogram Earth's computer, Omnivac, which evolves into a supercomputer, the "High Computer." The "High Computer" creates the "Great Race," millions of computerized cars which are directed to kill humans (almost all of whom own at least one car) so the Meldebs can takeover the world (basically by expanding in size and absorbing it). An occasionally funny satire on the American consumer society of the 1950s and 1960s. Reginald 13354. A fine copy. (#74998).

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"A BELMONT BOOK -- August 1966" on copyright page.