4 SF stories by C. M. Kornbluth

Read by Phil Chenevert

(4.3 stars; 50 reviews)

Four nifty Science Fiction stories by the great C. M. Kornbluth. The Adventurer - The Altar at Midnight - With These Hands and The Marching Morons. All were first published in the 1950s - Summary by philc (3 hr 0 min)


The Adventurer 35:31 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Altar at Midnight 16:26 Read by Phil Chenevert
With These Hands 52:06 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Marching Morons 1:16:56 Read by Phil Chenevert


needs to be pulled from Librvox

(4.5 stars)

The last story in particular expresses troublesome thoughts that are contrary to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This is why you should only purchase books curated by rich liberal billionaires. If people keep listening to these old time stories from old white cis gendered males, they are likely to have nonconforming thoughts that lead to intolerance. It was written in an age before white people realized how evil we are. Uncontrolled thinking is dangerous. It must be guided by our societal leaders. The last story is just beyond they pale. Do not read it. So In summary, dear listener, do no tolerate this story, and demand it be pulled from librvox so it can be replaced with good stories about out corporate overlords protecting us from evil white privelege. Always remember that we proles have a duty to be stupid and submissive, so that the light of the liberal billionairs can lead us into their glorious future where our every needs are met by the glorious nanny state.

Good stories

(5 stars)

Phil Chenevert does a marvelous job of reading these stories. The Marching Morons feels eerily prescient.

Good selection from an author I'm not familiar

(5 stars)

Enjoyed stories. Phil always makes them better.

(5 stars)

Dr ray is a deuchbag.love the last story.

well read as always by phil thank you.

(5 stars)