Astounding Stories 05, May 1930


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(3.1 stars; 7 reviews)

The fifth issue of Astounding Stories continues the Ray Cummings serial "Brigands of the Moon", begins a 4 part novel by Murray Leinster, and presents a sequel by Sewell Peaslee Wright to his story in the March issue. Also included are stories by Lilith Lorraine and Victor Rousseau. - Summary by Alan Winterrowd

(8 hr 23 min)

Chapters

Into the Ocean's Depths by Sewell Peaslee Wright, Pt 1 26:38 Read by Mike Pelton
Into the Ocean's Depths by Sewell Peaslee Wright, Pt 2 29:35 Read by Mike Pelton
Murder Madness by Murray Leinster, Chapter 1 22:00 Read by Tommy Howell
Murder Madness by Murray Leinster, Chapter 2 22:42 Read by Tommy Howell
Murder Madness by Murray Leinster, Chapter 3 22:46 Read by Tommy Howell
Murder Madness by Murray Leinster, Chapter 4 23:19 Read by Tommy Howell
Murder Madness by Murray Leinster, Chapter 5 26:37 Read by Tommy Howell
Teaser 0:59 Read by Tommy Howell
Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings, Ch 23-24 26:52 Read by Alan Winterrowd
Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings, Ch 25-27 24:49 Read by Alan Winterrowd
Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings, Ch 28-29 25:05 Read by Alan Winterrowd
Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings, Ch 30-31 23:24 Read by Alan Winterrowd
Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings, Ch 32-33 18:23 Read by Alan Winterrowd
The Jovian Jest by Lilith Lorraine 21:29 Read by Mike Pelton
For Vacation Adventurers 2:23 Read by Mike Pelton
The Atom-Smasher by Victor Rousseau, Ch 1-2 32:06 Read by Alison Stewart
The Atom-Smasher by Victor Rousseau, Ch 3-4 34:54 Read by Alison Stewart
The Atom-Smasher by Victor Rousseau, Ch 5-6 34:15 Read by Alison Stewart
The Atom-Smasher by Victor Rousseau, Ch 7-9 39:57 Read by Alison Stewart
The Atom-Smasher by Victor Rousseau, Ch 10-12 23:48 Read by Alison Stewart
Reader's Corner 21:35 Read by Mike Pelton

Reviews

It is interesting to see a slice of the past

(4 stars)

Were women really so utterly useless in 1930? If they weren't screaming, fainting, or breathlessly declaring their love for the hero there really was no place for them. I'd never have made it in that time period.