Rog Phillips
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 124

Hugo Nominee's Most Dazzling Novellas! Rog Philips' "Unthinkable" and "Incomprehensible," which have never been reprinted since their original publication in Amazing Stories half a century ago, are two outstanding examples of the thought variant story designed to open new ways of seeing and thinking about the universe in its readers. The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction hailed Phillips' work as "ingenious exercises in paradoxes of perception." None more so than this pair of short novels. As the author himself wrote in his Afterword to "Unthinkable," "In this story, an attempt has been made to depict [laws of nature that] conflict with human mentality. It is not the ordinary science fiction attempt. It is not new laws working in harmony with old, or new discoveries that fit into the old pattern. It is, if you please, an utterly alien bit of reality in conflict with the old. You won't like ...
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