Short Science Fiction Collection 001


Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(4.3 stars; 97 reviews)

Science fiction (abbreviated SF or sci-fi with varying punctuation and case) is a broad genre of fiction that often involves sociological and technical speculations based on current or future science or technology. This is a reader-selected collection of short stories originally published between 1931 and 1963, that entered the US public domain when their copyright was not renewed.

Summary by Cori Samuel, with Wikipedia input.

(5 hr 26 min)

Chapters

The 4D Doodler 34:01 Read by Elanor
Bread Overhead 38:18 Read by Mark F. Smith
Image of the Gods 36:07 Read by Jodi Krangle
Martian V.F.W. 13:44 Read by Qhali
One Shot 33:08 Read by Reynard T. Fox
Out Around Rigel 43:28 Read by Anton
Pygmalion's Spectacles 44:42 Read by Chrystal Layton
The Repairman 28:41 Read by Anton
Toy Shop 12:04 Read by Cori Samuel
Warning From The Stars 41:55 Read by Rowdy Delaney

Reviews

Good collection of stories to drive by

(4 stars)

This collection was very enjoyable. It really made the miles go by fast while driving. The readers are all did a good job. There are technical problems on 'Martian V. F. W.' and 'Pygmalion's Spectacles.' Those two are complete and they play, but they are very crisp. There is no low or mid range making the quality very shrill.

Short SF Vol. 1

(4 stars)

This is a nice collection, well read by various readers. If you like this one check out Vol. 2 which I think is even better.

nice collection of stories

(4 stars)

overall good. one story had a rough, narration. there were technical issues which made it hard to listen to.

Fun collection

(3 stars)

Although none of the pieces are profound, they are all worth listening to, and all readers do a great job. Thanks!

Short Science Fiction Collection 001

(5 stars)

Stories are a good listen and are well read - Thanks!

Good effort but awkward

(2 stars)

The readers are amateurs, so these recordings are hard to listen to.

Nice collection

(4 stars)

The first 4 stories are the best ones, in my opinion

Love the old Sci Fi stories. Thank you volunteers for reading th

(5 stars)