Learned T. Bulman

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An excellent fabrication of old and new science-fiction ideas, "The Stars Are Ours!" is based on the theme that man's desire for personal liberty can overcome all adversity. Some readers may feel the ending is incomplete, and that too much happens in too few chapters, but even they will agree...

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An excellent fabrication of old and new science-fiction ideas, "The Stars Are Ours!" is based on the theme that man's desire for personal liberty can overcome all adversity. Some readers may feel the ending is incomplete, and that too much happens in too few chapters, but even they will agree that this is a rip-snorting adventure tale.

Learned T. Bulman, "Ad Astra," in The New York Times Book Review (© 1954 by The New York Times Company; reprinted by permission), August 29, 1954, p. 18.

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