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Happy Ending
Happy Ending
Happy Ending
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Happy Ending

Автор Fredric Brown

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A world had collapsed around this man—a world that would never shout his praises again. The burned-out cities were still and dead, the twisted bodies and twisted souls giving him their last salute in death. And now he was alone, alone surrounded by memories, alone and waiting ...
ЯзыкEnglish
ИздательStart Classics
Дата выпуска16 мая 2014 г.
ISBN9781633551107
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    Happy Ending - Fredric Brown

    Happy Ending

    By Fredric Brown Dallas McCord Reynolds

    Start Publishing LLC

    Copyright © 2012 by Start Publishing LLC

    All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever.

    First Start Publishing eBook edition October 2012

    Start Publishing is a registered trademark of Start Publishing LLC

    Manufactured in the United States of America

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    ISBN 978-1-63355-110-7

    A world had collapsed around this man--a world that would never shout his praises again. The burned-out cities were still and dead, the twisted bodies and twisted souls giving him their last salute in death. And now he was alone, alone surrounded by memories, alone and waiting ...

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    He realized suddenly that the dark glasses, now that they had left the cruiser, were unnecessary. He slipped them off. After the cinematographic

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