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Record Number: 32520
   
These Savage Futurians. 1969 These Savage Futurians
by Philip E. High
First British Edition, First Printing 1969.
Dobson Science Fiction.
Dennis Dobson / Dobson Books.
London.
SBN 234772921.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover design by Richard Weaver.
iv, 140 pages.
Price: 18s.*

Notes
These Savage Futurians, a novel by Philip E. High.

Published in April 1969.

* Original price was 18s but copy seen was price clipped with a Dobson price label for £6.95 applied.

Blurb – Jacket Flap
Don’t think new thoughts, don’t improve anything, don’t wander over the next hill . . . these were the commandments for the men and women of the experimental village – one of those carefully nurtured settlements established after the collapse of world civilization.

The rules were made by the benevolent Masters of the Island – and they had to be obeyed. To disobey was to be destroyed. But Robert Ventnor, villager with a dangerously high quotient of curiosity, was the exception. He fled – and evaded liquidation.

But he fled right into the hands of THESE SAVGE FUTURIANS and thereby supplied the key that could blast apart civilization’s second chance and destroy the world once and for all.

 
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