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These Savage Futurians. 1967 These Savage Futurians
by Philip E. High
First Edition, First Printing 1967
Ace Books
New York
Publisher Code: G-623
Cover illustration by Gray Morrow
134, 120 pages
Price: $0.50

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

Publication date unknown.

Page 5 includes an illustration by Jack Gaughan.

This volume is an omnibus in the Ace Double series. It also includes The Double Invaders by John Rackham.

Blurb – Page One

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.

Blurb – Page Two
Philip E. High is an Englishman residing at Canterbury in Kent. Like most writers, he held many different jobs before finding just the one that was right in order to become an author. His stories have been appearing in the magazines, and he has said, “Good science-fiction needs no explanation. The mainspring of our work is ‘what-would-happen-if-?’ We are, in effect, reporters of a possible future, and, as reporters it is our business to write the story.”

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