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ContentsIntroduction (The Best Science Fiction of the Year #7) • essay by Terry CarrLollipop and the Tar Baby • (1977) • novelette by John VarleyStardance • (1977) • novella by Spider Robinson and Jeanne RobinsonThe House of Compassionate Sharers • (1977) • novelette by Michael BishopThe Screwfly Solution • (1977) • novelette by Raccoona SheldonAztecs • (1977) • novella byContentsIntroduction (The Best Science Fiction of the Year #7) • essay by Terry CarrLollipop and the Tar Baby • (1977) • novelette by John VarleyStardance • (1977) • novella by Spider Robinson and Jeanne RobinsonThe House of Compassionate Sharers • (1977) • novelette by Michael BishopThe Screwfly Solution • (1977) • novelette by Raccoona SheldonAztecs • (1977) • novella by Vonda N. McIntyreTropic of Eden • (1977) • shortstory by Lee KilloughVictor • (1977) • shortstory by Bruce McAllisterThe Family Monkey • (1977) • novella by Lisa TuttleA Rite of Spring • (1977) • novelette by Fritz LeiberRecommended Reading - 1977 • essay by Terry CarrThe Science-Fiction Year (1977) • essay by Charles N. Brown...

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ISBN : 9780345273383
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 365 Pages
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The Best Science Fiction of the Year 7 Reviews

  • Cheryl
    2019-03-07 22:56

    Pfft. I'm so tired of novelettes and novellas. Wanderings and musings and sometimes even adventures, neither as fleshed out as a novel nor as pointed as a story. I'm also tired of SF from the 70s. The most memorable piece in here had all males going mad and killing all females, thinking that would please God... well, it certainly doesn't please me to think they were so ready to believe the teachings... and the climax, well, let's just say a competent writer could have gotten to that point in a short-short piece.

  • Nick
    2019-03-11 00:47

    A favorite collection from my childhood, especially the Racoona Shelton and Lisa Tuttle entries.

  • Ed
    2019-03-09 23:44

    ISFDB 4169. OCLC 4432989 for paperback w/ ISBN 0345273389. OCLC 154120501 for hard cover w/ ISBN 0575025239.