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The Currents of Space. 1952 The Currents of Space
by Isaac Asimov
First Edition 1952.
Doubleday.
New York.
ISBN: N/A.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by George Guisti.
220 pages.
Price: $2.75.

Notes
The Currents of Space, a Galactic Empire novel by Isaac Asimov.

Also published as a three part serial in Astounding running from October to December 1952.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1967 printing of the Panther Science Fiction paperback edition, publisher code 824. Cover designer unknown.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
"Crazy Rik" they called him, but he alone knew that the planet was doomed with all its people. The only key to the vital information was locked in the sub-conscious memory of the strange, child-minded man . . . a memory obliterated by a psychic probe!

Caught in a galactic web of intrigue, Rik struggles courageously with his own numbed mind and the unknown enemy in a desperate and one-sided race with time.

 
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